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These activities are most popular among men and women between the ages of 18-29. Among that demographic, 94 percent use their cell phone to take pictures and 97 percent send and receive text messages. There's a precipitous drop off among seniors 65-years-old and older. In that demographic, 44 percent take pictures on their cell phones, and a little over a third -- 34 percent -- use it for text messaging.
I used to take a camera on trips with me, but now I just carry around my iPhone. I documented my entire Europe trip with the iPhone 4's camera, and the pictures looked great (no Instagram filter lol). I think the only thing it has trouble with is night-shots or closeups, but for someone who just snaps pics to remember them rather than show other people, this works perfectly fine.
I always knew this was the case. I NEVER actually see people calling eachother. I only ever see texting and taking pictures...
And yet oddly enough that samsung phone / camera, the one that literally looked like a point and shoot with a phone on the back, wasn't successful. Guess were sticklers for compact cameras.
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