I’ve been using phone systems and phones for over 30 years. I am currently in the process of replacing my entire home phone system with newer, more feature-rich, and more modern phones. I love the whole concept of being able to talk to my loved ones via the phone with nothing but a phone call. I have a black phone with a white back, and I love using the white back to access my voicemail which pops up when I call.
I want to have a white phone, of course, and I want it to be the same color as everything else in the house. I want to have a black phone, of course, and I know I need a black phone because I have a black phone. But I am not going to go and buy a new black phone. I have an old black phone and I will keep it.
While some have called the white-back phone a “black phone” the white phones in a house are actually a combination of white and black. In fact, an entire article was written on the topic in The New York Times, where they said “Black phones are very often black phones with white backings.” I have an old black phone, but I am not going to buy a new black phone.
A black phone is a black phone with a white back. A white phone is a white phone without a black back. A black phone without a white back is a black phone with a black back.
These days a phone that has a white front has a black back, and a phone that has a black front has a white back. In the past, phones were white with black backings and black phones were black with white frontings. Many people have a mix of gray on the back, but I’ve found that white is more common than gray on my phone. So, that’s the way it is.
I dont know if white/black is the right way to spell it, but I think it’s an improvement from the days when phones had a black back and a white front.
Not that I’m saying that a person with the right tone of gray on the back and a white front is better than someone who has a white front and a black back, but I think that is where I fall on the “gray vs. black” spectrum. If you’ve ever tried to get a phone that has a gray front, you know that it’s a struggle.
My phone is an iPhone, so I think I have a lot of experience with the gray vs. black spectrum. I think it is clear that I fall in the gray space. If I were to pick a phone with a white front and a black back, I would probably pick the HTC Desire because of its shiny back, but I think if you want to get a phone with a white front and a black back, the BlackBerry Bold 9910 is probably the most interesting one out there.
The only thing that does make this phone more distinctive than the black back is that it has a white front. That’s because it has a white back.
I have to agree, but I think it is a little bit of a misnomer to call it a black phone. But, I think its a good thing. Its like a gray phone in a black back.