Mobile Phones for Todays Youth

By: Martin Dev

For a normal teenager, the world is the replica of vibrancy of his or her being. The world and it's various forms attract a teenager and the adventure of exploring a new prospect guides the individual to discover the till untamed proportions of life. The same motive of exploring and 'reaching to the unreached' probably propels an adolescent to take the refuge of a mobile phone. A device that gives him enough options to experience the world around and reciprocate the expression through a reliable and simple medium.

The most common feature in a mobile phone that attracts a teenager is the portability of the device. It is ready to be carried to any location. The 'any-time', 'any-where' communication possibility lets one to enjoy the freedom from the wiry entangles of fixed-base telephone. The freedom reflects the exuberance of restless mind of a teenager.

Then there are these facilities like sharing SMS, video recordings, images, and sound files. By virtue of which young ones find a group of individual of similar thoughts and ideas to share with. A community gets formed and continues to act as a platform for expressing motives of young minds. Today's superiorly internet-friendly mobiles provide scopes for instant messaging, e-mail chatting, video blogging and what not? These devices are stylishly designed gadgets with marvelous technological assemblage.

If for some young music loving souls these are the high-definition pocket-sized music reproducing devices, for other serious photographers interested to document the world around, they are the devices capable to register high-resolution images.

Leaving alone the major role of a mobile as a communication tool, the device today is a portable medium of entertainment, knowledge sharing, and self expression. Young minds find a medium of living life in own terms though this device. The following attachment and the increasing use of the device by young ones is just an obvious decision.

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