On Tuesday evening, my old LG smartphone froze up just minutes after I left my computer room for the evening. It would only show a red Verizon screen whenever I would try to fix it, but sadly, it would not show anything else after that. When I first noticed it that evening, I experienced every emotion in the book at that time. I was sad, angry and hopeful at the same time.
The next morning, I tried to stop my LG phone from freezing up, but I was not successful in doing so. Later that morning, I was able to start saying good-bye to my LG smartphone after three years. Then, after I purchased my new Motorola smartphone, my LG smartphone “died.” I still have it here at home … and I don’t think I’ll be getting rid of it anytime soon.
I will miss using this LG smartphone regularly. I was able to take it almost everywhere with me. Whenever I would go to Downtown Pittsburgh, I would usually leave it at home. That way, I would give it a break for a few hours at a time. Other than that, I almost always took it everywhere with me.
I was able to write some blog posts about it over the past three years or so … and I’d like to show them to you now.
Joseph’s LG Smartphone (September 29, 2014 – December 13, 2017)