Attached at the hip.
Ever heard that phrase? Me neither, I just totally made it up. Honestly. Right this very second. Well, 20 or so seconds ago. It describes me and my phone. 20 years ago? Not so much. I was old enough to have a pager, so it obviously didn’t describe me. 5 years ago? Still not so much. I had an LG flip phone that I could use to call text or take pictures, and that’s about it.
Then I got a smartphone.
Yep. Attached at the hip. That’s me. And I’m not even sad about it. It’s like trying to imagine not having the Internet. I’m sure there are people that wish we could go back 30 years ago and get rid of the internet, not me. It’s not perfect by any means, but it makes so many things so much easier. And so it is with my phone. I know that Apple came out with the first smartphone, but I’ve never been a fan of Apple, for many reasons. My first smartphone was an underpowered, never updated, Android from Huawei. Not a great first experience. I got rid of that a couple years ago for a phone from a rather prominent Korean company whose name rhymes with “ham hung.”
And now…someone wants me to switch. Again. It was hard enough to move from one Android phone to another. Even though it was totally worth it. And now someone wants me to switch to a windows phone? Really? Inconceivable.
Yes, that was totally a reference to The Princess Bride.
But seriously. It’s been two years. I don’t want to switch to an entirely different platform. Talk about a pain.
But I tried it.
Talk about easy. I can’t even tell you how long it took. Seriously. I can’t. I forgot to set a timer or anything and it took so little time. Started the process, got up and walked away and came back 5 minutes later and it was done. I was expecting it to still be running. You simply back up your files to Microsoft OneDrive, which I already was using on my Android phone. So when I logged in to my new Nokia Lumia 830, it was already there. And so were all my files. All my pictures and videos!
Honestly it was easier to go from my Android to this new Windows phone than it was to go from my first android smartphone to my second. And this is just the first step in my journey. I can’t wait to see what’s next. Join me on my #LumiaSwitch Adventure.
COMING ATTRACTIONS …
Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing my Lumia Switch with you, please join me in this new adventure. To share even more knowledge, I have teamed up with two awesome bloggers so you can get a better picture of Lumia. Jenn from The Binder Ladies and Rachel from Preston Speaks.
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We would also love to hear from YOU! If you have any questions about the Nokia Lumia 830, perhaps the Windows operating system, maybe an app, we would love to hear them! Who knows, maybe by the time this is all said and done you’ll be ready to make the switch too!
Keep an eye out for new posts as I learn more and more about my new phone. I can already tell this is going to be awesome!
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This post is sponsored by Lumia and all opinions are 100% my own. I am so excited to be a part of the #LumiaSwitch program and look forward to this adventure with Microsoft and Cortana!