Posted on 03.05.2017 • 2 comments.
Hi there guys, whassup?
I can’t yet believe it, but it’s true: I got myself a brand new smartphone; I’ve wanted one for months and today I was finally able to buy it….but let’s start from the beginning.
My old phone is a HTC Desire 500 bought almost 3 years ago….and it’s the crappiest machine I’ve ever seen; even my brother’s phone—which is not a smartphone—is better.
Anyway. The phone has 4GB space, and the other specs are even worse; that—combined with useless gigantic default apps you cannot delete, constant “free some space because phone is full” (despite having only literally 3-4 downloaded apps installed) pop-ups pretty much freezing the phone until you delete the apps’ data and the impossibility of updating apps due to the lack of space—makes the HTC run very snail-slow and causes apps to crash very often….making the phone damn near unusable.
A few days ago I was in my favorite tech & media store to buy a couple of DVDs and USB Hubs; I passed by the smartphones section and saw a couple of good yet affordable phones and, since I had an hour to waste before mum came to pick me up, I thought
to hell with it and decided to just go and buy a new phone.
My final decision was between a black Huawei P8 Lite or a Wiko Robby Bleen but, after asking a few questions to the shop assistant and some thinking, I went with the Wiko Robby Bleen 16GB—the Huawei had slightly better specs but it costed € 40 more than the Wiko which made it out of my budget, pluse the Wiko came in beautiful colors; here are some photos of the model and color I bought.
I’ve always considered Wiko a cheap and maybe unreliable brand—due to its cheap prices and lesser circulation—but, after fiddling with it in the store, it looked sleek and well-performing; I’m quite happy with my choice.
Have to go now, as I have to watch “Jack Reacher: Point of no return” DVD; see you on next entry.
Everybody take care, and have a wonderful Sunday.