Hey, Samsung Galaxy S3, it’s true–we we’re just getting started, and along came the S4, a supposedly better you. We were so happy together, I reassured you no other phone could come between us, not even the newer version of you, not even a version of you that was everything that you are but better. That’s how much I was content with you, if that makes sense.
After all, we met by a chance circumstance–my disastrous relationship with my Samsung Vibrant had been coming to an end, when it suddenly ended abruptly one night when we were separated while drunk. I left her somewhere; a bar, outside of the cab–I don’t know where. But it was going to happen somewhere or somehow, sooner or later. She took advantage of me. She wanted money every single month but couldn’t even access the internet.
Then you changed, seemingly overnight((when I bought a T-mobile S3 on their up and coming 4G network, to replace my lost and outdated Vibrant(our vibrant love had faded…if only for a time…)) With your new 4G capability, I came up with a new nickname for you–the S3. I truly understood the phrase, you’ve got to go through hell before you get to heaven. And that’s exactly where we were.
And at a cost lower than Verizon, you were(and still are) a cheap date!
I said I’d never look at an S4 until we were divorced(contract expired) or I became a widower(S3 died). So how did this happen?
Well, it was hard to pass up…we were bored, remember? We went to far…we were sitting around one day and an agency called…well you know how long I’ve been waiting to work for an agency…Ugh…
Well, we both agreed to it, remember? We needed it, to spice up our relationship. Now I think, what have I done, as you and this strange S4…an S4 from Verizon at that–we had never been with a phone from that company. My uncle tried one before. He liked it! So you and this phone I’d invited into our home lay side by side next to each other. Now I just used you both. How did we go from rekindling our romance to inviting a stranger in???
She’s(the Samsung Galaxy S4 on Verizon’s 4GLTE) is fast, isn’t she? She looks good, doesn’t she? You like her, T-mobile S3, don’t lie. But you’re getting faster because of her. Tee hee hee!
She’s super responsive, but it’s ok–this is just an affair. We’ll have fun while she’s here, but soon she’ll leave us and go back to the agency only to be sent out to visit other couples just like us. The S4 is fast and super responsive, but you’re all mine, S3.
Oh, who am I kidding? Girlfriends aren’t comparable to phones, because girlfriends are all unique, whereas if technology is better then it’s just better. The S4 on Verizon’s 4G LTE is faster, more responsive and more reliable for coverage–way more reliable for coverage–than my S3 on T-mobile’s network. Good thing they are just phones and not actual girlfriends, so they can’t read this and get jealous. I could actually see replacing the S3 with the S4 before my contract expires. In the least, I think I’ve been persuaded to switch over to Verizon’s network at some point, since I’ve now actually used it and can therefore see the difference. It’s a competition, though–T-mobile is supposed to get faster. I guess when it comes to technology competition is a good thing since it results in the fastest networks available for people to choose. Just like women are all competing for me, improving themselves in the process in order to present me with better options. Ha ha, sure.
For lack of a more detailed review, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is just like my Samsung Galaxy S3, only much faster and better in every way.
But my T-mobile S3 and I have resolved our issues and realized the cheat was good for us, good for our relationship. We wouldn’t recommend it, we just say that because it’s already happened and we can’t change that, but we appreciate each other more. We’ve agreed to work with Verizon devices for work purposes only at this time–after all, there is not ONE superior network–everyone is different and they all have something to offer. It’s difficult to argue that Verizon’s network is superior for coverage and reliability, but T-mobile save me about $20 a month that goes straight into my pocket, and for what I use it for, it works great for me!
Find a girl that’s right for you. Opposites attract. –Paula Abdul