Snobbish iPhone sucker or boring Android bozo – what does your Smartphone say about you?
What you think of yourself: You think of yourself as young (at heart if not age), trendy, with-it (also own the MacBook Air and two iPads), a true techie (can figure out iTunes), get what you want, like the good things in life, very well informed (all those apps that keep you right on the button) given to some vanity, but not apologetic about it. You like things understated (one home button), yet like a little bling (the Phone Cover), you get bored of people and things quickly (you moved from iPhone 1 to 4 in three straight years!), are cool and stylish (a study says iPhone users get more sexual partners!), can afford the luxuries of life and are basically successful and upwardly mobile.
What others think of you: A bit of a prat, part of a demonic fan club, a complete tech dufus who wants things simple and idiot-proof, doesn’t understand that a phone should also make good voice calls, enslaved to a system and company, pretentious and snobbish, has got stuck in a silly endless rut of cycling through a new iPhone every year (otherwise, life will come to a grinding halt!), would buy even used toilet paper if Steve jobs went on stage and announced that you should, obtuse and stubborn, not willing to listen to anybody else and brutally aggressive when criticized.
What you think of yourself: You don’t buy into hype, are anti-herd and not a part of any cult. You are logical (won’t stand in line for nine days to buy an overpriced device), rebel with a cause (Apple is evil), patient and calm (suffered through Android 1.6), honest and down-to-earth, like method in your madness (don’t mind swiping your finger through every damn screen), revolutionary and willing to live dangerously (will buy unbranded Chinese Android knockoffs), get things free while other pay top dollars for it (Angry Birds), super techie (will overcome early user problems like a screen freeze every 15 minutes in first editions), like a phone to be feature heavy, won’t use crippled technology (like a fuddy-duddy cable for syncing), don’t want to get stuck in a closed system with a walled-garden approach, willing to help others with their problems (even if all the problems are about Android) and basically, a true son of the soil.
What other think of you: A complete putz that secretly lusts after the iPhone, dull and geeky, nerdy and boring, suffering though a mediocre system as you don’t want to accept defeat, part of a cookie-cutter club where everybody has the same phone, secretly lusts after the iPhone, has an inferiority complex and covers up with trying to be rebellious, secretly lust after the iPhone. has issues with Steve Jobs and is taking it out on himself and his family, part of the dumb army that Google is building for world domination, hoping and praying for an iPhone killer (and secretly lusts after the iPhone)
-by Harman Bajaj