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I'm pretty excited readers. That's because my new Samsung Galaxy 4 smart phone has finally arrived. I say finally, when in fact I just ordered it a couple of days ago. Even so, I wanted more instant gratification.
I was kidding about that last part. The finally is actually because I waited around for quite some time before committing to the new phone since I was waiting for the phone to become free on our wireless plan. I'm cheap that way.
Let me revise that. I'm not cheap, just a dad with a couple of expensive kids who prohibit me from getting the latest and greatest toys until they become affordable. And Free.99 is just the kind of affordable price that I like. (Yes, I DO know that I'm not getting the phone for free but I'm going with that interpretation, so don't bother trying to convince me otherwise.).
There were several reasons I was getting frustrated with my old iPhone 3. One was that it was so crammed with apps and add on's that I didn't have room to upgrade my operating system.
This left me with an out of date phone that I couldn't load crucial apps on. Crucial apps like MLB At Bat 14. And without At Bat 14 there were several recent occasions where I had to wait to hear that my Seattle Mariners lost a late inning game, instead of seeing it first hand on my app.
Okay, so perhaps that's a bad example. Forgive me, I'm a long suffering fan.
I'm also excited to get my new Galaxy Phone because it offers an improved internal GPS from that of the iPhone3. I need this for when I take the family Geo-caching. The iPhone 3 wasn't very precise for this, so we didn't end up actually doing much Geo-caching. Thanks to my new phone, I'll be finding treasures like little rubber figurines in no time.
Those things are good, but now I'll admit that the real reason I'm excited about getting this new phone is because of the camera it sports. That's right, the camera. It's a 13.1 megapixel beauty that I can carry in my back pocket.
You don't realize how frustrated I have been with the low quality camera's we have employed in this household over the past several years. Hint: They were terrible.
Anyway, I know that this phone camera isn't exactly a DSLR, but I'm hoping it will allow me to snap cute, blog-worthy pictures of the kids without a lot of fuss. Like the one above. That picture of Annabelle, my 2nd with my new phone, was taken by accident. By accident! And it was better than most from my previous non phone camera, which I swear took 90% blurry pictures. This one's not perfect either, but I wasn't even trying. I think she was actually pooping. AND IT WAS STILL BETTER!
Yep, the real reason I'm excited about my new phone is that I'll be able to snap higher quality pictures of my kidos.
And that's well worth the wait.