It fits me perfectly
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When it comes down to Tech product, I become a machine.
I didn't buy it at that time because I believed that the price tag is too high at RM 1700.
Days and months go ever since that.
My wildfire is getting more lag than before.
I root it and boot into CyanogenMod.
It's good for a few weeks and it starts to get "immobilized" again.
One day when I type a long string of typo and my wildfire is too lag to correct it, I decide that it's time to move on.
There're some phones that come into my mind.
HTC One X is an absolute beauty while Samsung S3 is too much owning.
But whenever I want to buy either of them, my dad's philosophy will stop me.
"Why would you buy something that's depreciating in such a great speed?"
It took me one year to consider about Kia Forte.
To burn RM 1k every month on car's depreciation is a great deal for me and to burn RM 100 for phone is also a painful thing especially when device technology is in such an early stage and fast depreciating.
I reason out that as long as it's practical and for long term goodness, I will spend that money.
I sort it out and realize that I actually only need a phone that can do SMS, Call, Email, Map, Internet, Whatsapp, Photo Taking, Facebook and document editing.
A lot of budget phones can do that but the real killing feature I'm looking at is speed.
So I deny my "want" for a quad core Samsung S3 and go for my "need" of a practical phone.
It comes down to only 3 phones, lumia 800, samsung S advance and S2.
Then I walk to the Nokia store, I tell myself that if Lumia 800 is selling at the same price as samsung S2, I will get S2.
So the girl at Nokia store look at me and ask, "Hi, what are you looking for?"
"Lumia 800. How much is it now?" I ask.
"RM 999" she says.
I couldn't believe the price because I would expect it to be at RM 1200 minimum.
Then, I take out my credit card and bring a lumia 800 home.