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I, personally, have a love-hate relationship with smartphones. On the one hand, I am intrigued by new releases. With their ever-more-sleek designs, abundance of new features, and polished operating systems, major mobile phone (can I even call it that anymore?) manufacturers usually do a good job of impressing (and convincing) consumers to dish out hundreds of dollars for their latest and greatest.
On the other hand, however, few smartphones actually live up to the hype. As features turn out less cool than originally marketed and operating systems prove to be laggy and sluggish, your once super-fast-top-of-the-line smartphone gets lost and forgotten amongst a sea of other smartphones with comparable features and cosmetics. But to me, the most frustrating part is that it is impossible to stay current as new smartphones get dished out in what seems to be the day after you buy the newest one all the while you get stuck in a binding two year contract.
As phones become more and more like mini computers, however, I (as the owner of a now barely still relevant Samsung Galaxy Nexus) cannot help but to stay intrigued. And with new features like "Smart Stay" (advanced face recognition that keeps the phone unlocked as it detects you are looking at it) and "S Voice" (Android's answer to Siri that responds to your words) along with ever-updated rear front/rear cameras and and ever-growing screen sizes, how can you not be intrigued either?