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6 Gadgets Your Smartphone Has Made Irrelevant

Smartphones are powerful computers that we carry in our pocket. Nowadays, it supports different type of tools for every purpose. You can perform different tasks on our smartphones like summoning a cab to go to work, ordering food, reading news and staying in touch with our friends.

At the same time, your smartphones have killed some certain gadgets. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares gadgets your smartphone has killed.

Wrist watch
Analogue watch has now become a fashion accessory. You will meet people who wear a watch, but still, they check the time on their smartphone. Nowadays, smartphones are used to do lots of things and checking the time is one of them. So, smartphones are also replacing the analogue watch.

GPS navigation systems
If you struggle to find directions, you can easily use your phone to locate wherever you are going. This is because smartphones have GPS facilities. You do not need GPS navigation systems.

Radio
Those days are gone when people used to buy a box to listen to the radio. Since there is now a radio feature on their smartphone, the good old radio is now irrelevant.

Digital Cameras
Carrying a pocket-sized digital camera was previously considered as a cool thing. However, smartphones have replaced the digital cameras because your smartphone camera offers even better shots these cameras.

Alarm clock
The Alarm clock is completely dead because smartphones have definitely replaced them. You can simply set alarm on your phone.

MP3 Player
MP3 players were popular for playing music. Today, smartphones offer massive internal and external storage which is enough space for storing unlimited music. Hence, you do not need the MP3 Player.

 

 

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