It seems that every month or so designers add new features on cell phones in order to attract more customers
First it was the internet, then the camera phone and now phones offer video streaming. If everyday people could put on the lab coats and design the phones, what features would they add?
Daniel Adams has had his Sanyo phone for almost a year and he feels behind the times. Though it is functioning properly, the HowardUniversity junior broadcast major feels a “subconscious pressure” to upgrade his phone. “If I could create a special feature I would make a service-resilient chip that would allow me to hear anyone anywhere.”
Adams‘ Sanyo phone often has him shouting “Can you hear me now?”
Marissa Jones, a senior political science major at Howard would like an identifying component to every cell-phone. “There should be something that shows who the caller is, like a mandatory picture. That way, you know whether or not to answer and there are no surprises.”