In the years, i’ve been switching to different mobile platforms from iOS to BlackBerry 10 and to Android, and i think Android has a great impact to me on my everyday lifestyle.
The former company for where i worked for as an intern mostly relies on Android, and believe it or not, my internship made me curious about the Android platform and has made me decided to make a jump to Android after my internship has ended.
But since i like jumping around to different mobile platforms and discovering cool new stuff on it, i think i’ll be switching to Windows Phone, even just for a month.
Sounds simple, right? But actually, it will be really hard for me to move away from Android since most of the useful devices that accompanying my phone relies on Android.
I’ll loose the following devices once i made the switch:
Android Wear – A device where you have to charge it for every 2 days, but you can get notifications in a flash without looking at your phone. And that’s okay, for now. Since the technology is new. And it’s the only device you’ll be with for most of the time. It only works on the Android platform.
Cherry Mobile P1 – If you don’t like to use your smartphone on the streets, you can use this phone as a proxy. It’s really useful if you just want to answer important sms and calls on the go.
Of course, that’s just a frost on the cake. I’ll also lose some apps. But i’m willing to find some alternatives.
On March 05 2015, i will write a blog post about my experience. I’ll be using the Cherry Mobile Alpha Luxe as my primary smartphone for a month. I’ve tried a Windows Phone before, but things are different now. Windows Phone has greatly improved and i’m really excited to try new things on this platform.
So, wish me luck. 🙂