Smartphones are everywhere today and we’ve got a huge choice in variety — from the cheapest entry-level devices, to the super-pricy flagships. It’s often hard to justify buying a new top-tier handset to yourself, yet alone to friends and relatives that don’t understand the flagship life and feel satisfied with their midrangers.
But let’s be real — a smartphone is a mobile phone, a camera, an mp3 player, an Internet communications device, which gives you your email as soon as it arrives, and can even be used as a workstation. If you were to buy all these items separately in the late 90s, you’d surely spend at least $650. Well, you probably wouldn’t refresh each of these items every couple of years, but shush!
For example — when is the last time you felt the need to have a dedicated camera on you. Scratch that — do you even have a dedicated camera anymore (it doesn’t count if it has been sitting in the attic for the past 2 years)?
- Do you keep and use a dedicated camera or is your smartphone enough?
The only camera I use is the Camera app
43.1% (575 votes)
Sometimes, I’ll bring an actual camera with me, if I feel like it
33.81% (451 votes)
Smartphone photography is still not good enough for me, I always have a camera on hand
23.09% (308 votes)