Compare and Contrast in Cellular Phones final- ONLINE SUBMITION

Compare and Contrast in Cellular Phones final- ONLINE SUBMITION

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Compare and Contrast in Cellular Phones Unit 4 – English Comp I ©American Intercontinental University Abstract With all the varieties of cellular phones on today’s market, it has become a necessity to investigate all the possibilities. This is a four-person group project. Each member of the group researched and reported their findings of their personal cellular phone. Each member also gave
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the pros and cons of their phones. This is a summary of those findings and the groups’ final recommendation as to which cellular phone is the best and most cost effective. Compare and Contrast in Cellular Phones In this day and time there are so many choices in almost everything a person needs or wants. The actual variety of cellular phones, their capabilities along with the numerous number of service providers can be quite overwhelming when trying to make an informed decision on a cellular phone. There are four people assigned to the particular group mentioned in this writing. Ironically enough, there are three women and one man. Even more ironic is the fact that the three women all have a Samsung cellular with the one man having a Nokia. Trying to compare different cellular phones and why some like this brand over another or why some like the extra technical features over the more conservative capabilities is a journey in its self. When first looking at all four of the cellular phones being compared, there is actually
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