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Get Hip and Go Flip

Sprint Leasing and Insurance

I never imagined that we would all want to disconnect just bit more and have a flip phone in our hands. Apparently Adele knew it. "Hello" 

I was reading an article awhile ago and it was discussing how young hollywood is moving to flip phones. I cannot confirm this, but it made me wonder. Would I be able to disconnect from my expensive, bells and whistles, smart phone and carry a flip phone that requires me to triple tap my text messages and limit my email use?  It is likely my talk time may increase, but that is a good thing. Truly old schooling it by calling and talking to people. Ok, likely leaving voice mail messages, but increased human connection is a good thing, right?


gal_463x407_3.jpgsource: www.sprint.comAlcatel and Sprint has launched the Go Flip phone and I will get my chance. It is small and light, only 4.23 oz in weight and dimensions of 4.13" x 2.09" x 0.75" and 2.3" display. 

Fortunately, as I have mentioned before, I love when a device has a MicroSD card slot for 32GB (not included) capability. Not big storage, but I can bring a few of my favorite photos with me. It has memory of 512MB ROM / 4GB RAM. This is a compact device but as you can see, it has great large buttons for use. I am niether retired, nor a tween, and I am certainly used to technology, but I am interested in seeing how I fare with this device. 

If nothing else, I won't be pocket dialing anyone soon. Here's to my attempt at being a hipster. 


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