Uh-huh, there he joined the rest of the gang during lunch carrying this little baby on his person. And when he swished it out of his jean pocket, the geek in me just couldn't help it but reach out - reach out to hopefully get a chance at cradling this little Android-stuffed touch screen phone.
I liked the thinness of it. The prospect that it's an Android device is just oh so tantalizing.
But then I don't reckon I liked seeing those separate pixels on the screen - the grid was distinct. Maybe it's because of my new eye glasses that I wore at that time that acted sort of as a microscope?
Somehow, though I'm very much sick and tired of my Nokia 5530, I think its screen is a bit better than the HTC Wildfire's. I know it's weird to say that. And I can't find the right words to explain that. Well, let me see; I think looking at the Wildfire's screen was to me, uncannily similar to gazing at my workstation's LCD - those pixel boxes, rows and columns of them that my eyes could very well distinguish - that's their common ground!
Clearly not a match for the iPhone 4's retina display. Which reminds me that my much anticipated iPod touch 4th gen also rocks that retina display (not IPS though)! Excited!
I wonder if there would be an Apple Peel 520 version compatible to the iPod touch 4th gen's form factor (and iOS version as well)? I don't think so; the normal Apple Peel 520 is vapor ware just as yet in that nobody else, aside from the blog reviewers, have received their order and no consumer review or more aptly called "real proof of concept" is available to confirm the veracity of this wonder iPod accessory.
Maybe if that Apple Peel 520 were indeed released and that I could get one that's compatible with my new (upcoming) iPod touch, the geek envy wouldn't be as strong as it is now.
Must. Resist. Temptation.
Must. Save. For. A. Mac.
But I really despise my Nokia 5530!!!! T_T