Perhaps your relationship with your phone is getting out of hand. Or maybe it’s the daily recharges and pocket dedicated entirely to your phablet-sized device. Regardless, the Light Phone solves these issues perhaps a little too well. With the profile of a credit card and a weight of just over an ounce, this is a phone that you’ll end up using as little as possible, primarily because it can’t really do much other than make and receive calls — so it’s best set up as a secondary phone with call forwarding from your primary when you want to cut the cord at a total cost of $5 per month for the extra SIM card. Touch-sensitive buttons, which number twelve total, include the ten numbers necessary to dial, as well as one for calling and one for deleting, though it’s also got a power button up top and a lock slider on the left. So forget about texting. You can either start memorizing numbers or load up to 9 as speed dial using your computer, each dialled by a long press of the corresponding number. It’s also small enough to fit in normal wallets so it’ll slip both out of sight and out of mind.
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