What Does A Woman Need With A Smartphone?
The launch event for the Samsung Galaxy S IV Here's what other phone companies think their female customers might use those cute pink box things for. saw women celebrating the phone's capacity to track their weight, shopping, and wedding planning.
A woman might use her smartphone to help her high-five her friends.
At last night's launch for the Samsung Galaxy S IV, Rebecca Greenfield
described a sketch (!) that used a group of ethnically diverse "bridesmaids" to illustrate what the Samsung Galaxy S IV could do for them as women, including whatever it is they are doing in the above picture.
What else can a woman possibly do with a smartphone?
A woman might cook with her smartphone.
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At the aforementioned launch, women actors in the demo praised the phone's "air gesture controls" that let women keep their "sticky fingers" off the phone while cooking.
A woman might take her smartphone for a sexy, sweatless run.
ad for the Blackberry Curve (here annotated by Rob Beschizza) twice emphasizes the need for women and their smartphones to look good TOGETHER.
A woman might take her smartphone on a shopping spree.
commercial for the Blackberry Pearl shows the phone (and whoever's holding it, I guess) going shopping and picking out a pretty gold sequin dress with its blonde BFF.
A woman might use her smartphone to be like, "Girlfriend, do you know how many calories are in that 2% latte??"
A woman might ask her smartphone, "Am I ... pregnant?"
A woman might check to see if her smartphone is losing any weight.
At the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch, the actor-bridesmaids
squealed "weight loss!" when presented with the phone's health feature, S Health.
A woman might use a smartphone to give her four extra arms for all of her womanly accessories.
A women might ask her smartphone, "Siri, where do I work again?"
story on pink phones, a commercial for the HTC Rhyme showed: a young woman ...during her afternoon of leisure, [when] she receives a call from 'Work.' The slightest trace of concern crosses her face before she hits "Decline."