Mobile Phones as a Status Symbol

By: Andrena Markley

Keeping abreast with the latest technology can more often than not serve to be a boon for the people of this highly evolving world. Many a times, you must have seen that professionals, businessmen or otherwise carry around a piece of the prevalent technological extravaganza wherever they go. Reason for such a behaviour is nothing but slicing out the juice from the latest trend fruit to help them in building their image and business. So, one way or the other, we have the knack of displaying our prized technological wonders as a vain attempt of portraying them as status symbols to uplift our social standings. Much to the discomfiture that I seem to experience in wielding my gizmos in such a haughty manner, it turns out to be quite a trend amongst the attention and fortune seekers.

And, talking about the latest technological devices, mobile phones are simply the most common status symbols to be flaunted around.

With an almost limitless account of features and abilities packed up with the mobile phones of the present world, they have metamorphosed into more than conventional communication devices. Lets face it! The world is changing fast and human wants are also showing a positively escalating graph. In such an event, the evolving technology sums up as the perfect healing factor, taking care of most of the needs in an easy manner. Mobile phones can now be your portable music players to croon to your favourite numbers wherever you wander off to. They can also be your reliable digital camera, your multimedia device or even your pocket personal computer. Even professionals and businessmen gain from these devices with various office applications and email solutions. Too much to take, isn't it? Well, that's just for starters. With big manufacturers like Nokia, Motorola, Samsung and LG applying their intelligence backed with the emerging technology, we are on our way to be amazed by even better products every time.

No wonder, mobile phones are so revelled in the present times as fairly unputdownable status symbols.

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