When I was younger, I had one phone.
My brother had two.
But my dad always used a Samsung phone, and he was constantly telling me it was a bad deal.
I had a Samsung Galaxy SIII with the big-screen, silver-coloured screen, which he kept in a drawer.
He kept it because he thought it was cheap.
That was my first phone.
But as time went on, I realised how expensive it was.
I would sit in a cafe and ask for an iPhone or a Samsung.
I was getting the Samsung Galaxy on-contract for just £30 a month, and I was so glad I had that phone because my dad was always telling me I could never buy a good phone.
It wasn’t until my 20s that I got my first iPhone.
I remember when I first got it, I was in my early 20s and I had already moved to Australia.
It was a big phone, I remember, with an aluminium casing.
I couldn’t see what it was and the screen was all dark, and it was just so bulky.
It didn’t have a SIM slot.
But I didn’t realise at the time it was £300 more than the iPhone 5.
I just thought it looked really good.
I didn: I remember having a conversation with my dad about the phone.
He said, “If you’ve got a £300 phone, it’s worth it.”
I said, [shrugs].
Then I went back to the phone shop and bought it.
But it was the first time I had to think about buying a phone, because I wasn’t going to get a good deal on a smartphone.
I felt like I had bought a cheap phone, which was a shame.
In hindsight, I’d been doing things incorrectly.
I went to the store to get my phone and bought the wrong model, which I should have bought.
I did it for my mum because she needed it, and she was going to buy it for me.
And I’m glad I did, because it’s a great phone.
I’ve always loved my Samsung Galaxy and the way I think about phones is it’s the same as when I was a kid.
My mum would sit down with me and she’d have a cup of tea and we’d discuss what she needed, and what she didn’t.
Then I’d have to get the phone and put it in my pocket.
That’s when I realised I had done wrong.
So I bought the Samsung iPhone 4G because my mum was still waiting for a good one.
And it worked well for her, too.
But after a couple of years of waiting, I got another one.
I’m still waiting to get another phone.
Why did it take me so long to buy my first one?
One of the things that’s so annoying about phones nowadays is they’re just everywhere, they’re everywhere, and they’re cheap.
When you buy a new phone, you’re just like: “Oh, that’s great.”
And you’ve seen what other people have done with their phones.
So you buy it because you like it.
And then, when you go home, you just don’t like it anymore.
What I’m trying to say is, the people that have the best phones are the people who really like them.
So when you get a new one, you’ll find that it’s not just about the price.
You’ll find you’re not just going to have a great handset, you are going to love it.
The first thing I do when I open my new phone is: “Wow, I love this.
I like the screen, the camera, the battery life.”
I think you’re going to like it, too, because you’ll get that feeling when you open it.
It’s so smooth.
It feels so smooth, too!
That feeling of having a great device that you love, you love that, and you love to use.
So if you’ve ever tried to open your new phone and it doesn’t feel great, it means you have some issues.
There’s no point in buying a new smartphone if you don’t have the phone you want, because once you get the handset, then you can’t get rid of it.
You have to buy an iPhone for example.
And the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8 are all so great, but they have so many flaws that I can’t recommend them to anyone.
So what do you do?
The phone that you buy should reflect what you want.
It shouldn’t be a cheap product.
If you want a Samsung, then go for the Samsung.
If that’s not you, then buy a cheaper phone, such as a Huawei, a LG, a OnePlus, an HTC, a Motorola, a Samsung or a Nokia.
You don’t need a phone like that, you don ‘t need a high-end phone.
You just need a smartphone that you enjoy.
If your phone doesn’t suit you