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Phone comparison and contrast

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Although some people may find that a cell phone is similar to a regular phone;

there are also some starling differences.

Cell phone and a regular phone are alike in several ways. Both cell phone and a

regular phone can neither send nor receive calls. In the same way, these two devices are

use for communicating around the world. In addition, they are capable on making an

international call. In 1947, cell phone was not known as “cell phone” but mobile.

Similarly, the shape of these two devices is much alike. These devices are very useful

everyday for communication. These two devices has a similar name “phone” on its end

which means “instrument that converts sound into signals that can be transmitted over

distances and then converts received signals back into sound.” Although using these

devices cost a lot of money, many people still use it because it’s very important.

Some people may find that these two devices are similar; however, there are also

several differences. In contrast, a cell phone can go further than a regular phone and still

does not loose signal. On the other hand, a regular phone is limited by its cord. Some

regular phones are wireless but its signal also has limits depending on its Hertz. A cell

phone is wirelessly connected through its server but a regular phone requires a LAN

(Local Area Network) line for it to be enabled. A cell phone has more features than a

regular phone. For example, a cell phone can do the following depending on its model:

send multimedia messages, surf the internet, play games, take pictures, and many more

whereas a regular do not. Conversely, a cell phone is much smaller in size than a regular

phone. The smaller a cell phone is the better.

People may never see the differences of something if he or she never studies it.

I have observed that a cell phone and a regular ...

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