You may seem to think that having a simple cellular phone is a useful tool in today’s modern times. But, that would be incorrect. The world has been evolving fast and changing at a very undetermined pace. Having 5-story buildings before were a marvel, but 100-story buildings today are now the norm. In the field of communications, Western Union used telegraphs as a means to contact the loved ones of deceased soldiers in the Second World War. However, comparing it to modern times, telegraphs are dusted off with ridicule. We have traded things to get better ones. Times have changed. We change and what we have also changes. So, in order to do that, one must trade something to get more than one had before.
The smartphone industry has become an interesting part of modern society. Being the small industry that started around the 1990’s, it boomed as technology was given the chance to explode to its fullest potential. IBM started a very expensive technology that later became cheap. Smartphone manufacturers have released many smartphones with the same technology. BlackBerry is included as one of the most notable smartphones. Having one then was a status symbol. It meant that you could do things not all smartphones offered, like BBM. However, many smartphones have caught up with BlackBerry’s rise. Smartphones including Apple’s iPhone series, Samsung’s Galaxy S series, and Nokia’s Lumia phones have become a hit. BlackBerry then declined as a leading trailblazer in the smartphone industry.
With so many smartphones in the market today, do you still want to own a BlackBerry? If you want change and want better smartphones, you might consider selling your BlackBerry, trade up and get money to buy the later smartphones. This is probably the best option one can have considering that BlackBerry phones do not have the new, standard specs found in other smartphones. BlackBerry’s limited specs have bordered its market, mostly corporate and avid BlackBerry fans. RIM has also been on the brink of financial survival. They have been cutting off costs and firing many employees just to keep the company alive. That is bad press for RIM. Yahoo! even detached itself from BlackBerry recently, which concludes the current injuries they can take.
In trading up your BlackBerrys, you take a leap of faith to improve your smartphone. It may eventually mean a change of lifestyle. What BlackBerry phones can do can be done by new phones now. You have many options to choose from. You can have the newest addition to the iPhone series, the iPhone 5. The thinnest smartphone yet showcases new features like the Siri X and the iOS 6. You may also want to consider the Samsung Galaxy S3. Android’s current crème de la crème is an epiphany of human genius. It has a big screen and the Android market is truly a jelly bean for users. Many have decided to change their smartphones from BlackBerry, trade up, and buy new phones. All you need to do is a little leap of faith.