Samsung S21 was not made overnight. Technology has evolved so much, but it wasn’t always there. It wasn’t as convenient as today, considering how some older millennials spent their childhood watching TV in black and white. Now, you can buy stocks from your smartphone and don’t even need to carry a wallet around anymore.
Teens these days don’t understand what a struggle it was because movies only play at certain hours. Our cellphones were literally for calling and texting only. Oh, and by texting, millennials meant those SMS that you have to pay per sent message. If you’re not familiar with any of this, you’re a Gen Z, and you’ll be horrified with even more things.
Woah, look at how far we’ve come.
All you want is just make a call from a separate room.
People used to talk to others more without Google’s help.
Becoming a fan has never been harder.
Things weren’t just served on a platter for you, guys!
Phones used to hold on much longer than 3 hours.
You have a proud collection of your favorite music in binders that you can’t throw away.
Burning songs into a CD, but your CD player says:
When the internet and the telephone line fight for rights.
You rolled down the window. Literally.
Remember when you can text without looking at your phone at all?
Other than pirating, people also used to record songs from the radio.
Netflix used to rent out DVDs, too.
Everything needs ‘www’ or they won’t work.
Disposable cameras with results that’s always full of surprises.
To be satisfied with a 40kb/s download speed.
You can ‘miss’ your channel as well.
When digital cameras were the fanciest ways to take nice pictures.
Feeling techie from plugging a couple cables.
It’s 9 pm time folks, let’s hang out!
Channel 3 to all movie and video game purposes.
There is that one room…
When emoticons had less dimensions on them.
Eyeing the newspaper for movie schedules.
Printing from Mapquest for directions.
Disposable cameras know how to disappoint you after a one-week wait.
Noting people’s numbers.
Having two gadgets was the cool thing of the past.