1. Attila13

    OP Attila13 Praise the Creep!
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    So, guys, I was wondering what mobile phones do you own and owned for the past years... :)
    Here's my list: (I'll use spoilers to keep this post smaller)

    1. Nokia 3410
    [​IMG]
    My first phone. I got this phone six years ago as a present from my parents. I still have it! :)
    Note:
    The Nokia 3410 is the first phone from Nokia with Java support.

    General
    2G Network: GSM 900/1800
    Announced: 2002
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 115 x 49 x 22.5 mm, 100 cc
    Weight: 114 g

    Display
    Type: Monochrome graphic
    Size: 96 x 65 pixels, 6 lines
    • - Dynamic font size
      - Softkey
      - 3D screensavers
      - Welcome message
      - Picture messaging(7 predefined + 1 empty)

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable monophonic ringtones
    Loudspeaker: No
    3.5mm jack: No
    • - 6 Ringing tone levels
      - 10 Volume levels

    Memory
    Phonebook: 200
    Call records: 20 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
    Card slot: No
    • - Editable message templates
      - 10 voice dial numbers
      - 100 Calendar notes

    Data
    GPRS: No
    EDGE: No
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: No
    Infrared port: No
    USB: No

    Camera
    No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS, EMS
    Browser: WAP 1.1
    Radio: No
    Clock: Yes
    Alarm: Yes
    Games: 1 Java + 5 ( Snake II, Bumper, Space Impact, Bantumi, Link5 )
    Colors: Xpress-on front and back covers
    Languages: Country dependant
    GPS: No
    Java: Yes
    • - T9
      - Smart messaging
      - Organizer
      - Voice Dial
      - Customizable and downloadable profiles

    Battery
    Standard, Li-Ion 825 mAh (BLC-2)
    Stand-by: 55h - 260h
    Talk time: 2h 20min - 4h 10 min

    2. Sony Ericsson T610
    [​IMG]
    My second phone. Another present from my parents for good results in school five years ago! :P

    General
    2G Network: GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
    Announced: 2003, 2Q
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 102 x 44 x 19 mm
    Weight: 95 g

    Display
    Type: STN, 65K colors
    Size: 128 x 160 pixels, 1.8 inches
    • - Wallpapers

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic ringtones, composer
    Loudspeaker: No
    3.5mm jack: No
    • - Ringtones can be assigned to phonebook entries

    Memory
    Phonebook: 8 fields, 510 items, Photo call
    Call records: 30 received, dialed and missed calls
    Internal: 2 MB
    Card slot: No
    • - 300 organizer entries

    Data
    GPRS: Class 8 (4+1 slots), 32 - 40 kbps
    EDGE: No
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: Yes, v1.0b
    Infrared port: Yes
    USB: No

    Camera
    Primary: CIF, 352 x 288 pixels
    Video: No
    Secondary: No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, Email
    Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML
    Radio: No
    Clock: Yes
    Alarm: Yes
    Games: Deep Abyss, Five Stones, Minigolf and downloadable
    Colors: 3
    GPS: No
    Java: Yes
    • - T9
      - Organizer
      - Voice memo

    Battery
    Standard, Li-Ion 770 mAh (BST-25)
    Stand-by:
    Up to 310 h
    Talk time: Up to 14 h

    3 & 4. Nokia 1100 and Nokia 1101
    The first picture is Nokia 1100 and the second is Nokia 1101.
    [​IMG] [​IMG]
    My third and fourth phones. There's a funny story about these...
    I bought the Nokia 1100, I went home and right next to my house, on the road I found the Nokia 1101 a bit scratched, but fully functional. Was I lucky or unlucky? I let you decide. :rofl2:

    General
    2G Network:
    • GSM 900 / 1800
      GSM 850 / 1900 - Nokia 1100B for US
    Announced: 3Q, 2003
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 106 x 46 x 20 mm, 79 cc
    Weight: 86 g

    Display
    Type: Monochrome graphic
    Size: 96 x 65 pixels, 4 lines
    • - 2-way scroll key
      - Full display screensaver
      - Dynamic font size
      - Softkeys

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable monophonic ringtones, composer
    Loudspeaker: No
    3.5mm jack:No

    Memory

    Phonebook: 50
    Call records: 10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
    Card slot: No
    • - Dynamic phonebook memory
      - Editable message templates

    Data
    GPRS: No
    EDGE: No
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: No
    Infrared port: No
    USB: No

    Camera
    No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS
    Browser: No
    Radio: No
    Games: 2 - Snake II and Space Impact+
    Colors: Xpress-on covers
    Languages: Most major European and Asian
    GPS: No
    Java: No
    • - T9 for 10 languages
      - SMS to many
      - Calculator
      - Stopwatch
      - Xpress-on front and back covers
      - Picture messaging
      - Flashlight

    Battery
    Standard, Li-Ion 850 mAh (BL-5C)
    Stand-by:
    Up to 400 h
    Talk time: Up to 4 h 30 min

    General
    2G Network: GSM 900 / 1800
    Announced: 2005, June
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 106 x 46 x 20 mm, 72 cc
    Weight: 86 g

    Display
    Type: Monochrome graphic
    Size: 96 x 65 pixels, 4 lines
    • - 2-way scroll key
      - Full display screensaver
      - Dynamic font size
      - Softkeys

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable monophonic ringtones, composer
    Loudspeaker: No
    3.5mm jack: No

    Memory
    Phonebook: 50 entries
    Call records: 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
    Card slot: No
    • - Dynamic phonebook memory
      - Editable message templates
      - 50 short mesages

    Data
    GPRS: No
    EDGE: No
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: No
    Infrared port: No
    USB: No

    Camera
    No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS, EMS
    Browser: WAP 1.1
    Radio: No
    Games: 2 - Snake II and Space Impact+
    Colors: Xpress-on covers
    Languages: Most major European and Asian
    GPS: No
    Java: No
    • - Predictive text input for 10 languages
      - SMS to many
      - Calculator
      - Stopwatch
      - Xpress-on front and back covers
      - Flashlight

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-Ion 850 mAh (BL-5C)
    Stand-by:
    Up to 300 h
    Talk time: Up to 3 h

    5. Nokia 6125
    [​IMG]
    My fifth phone. Yet, another great present from my parents, but this time I got it for my 15th birthday! :toot: I had and still have good memories with it...
    Want to know a secret? After only two days, YES, two days, my lovely phone stopped working! :cry: :lol: (It slipped from my pocket and the little display broke, and the phone didn't want to start anymore...
    I sent it back and I clearly said that I don't care that I'll lose my warranty, just please repair it...
    Well, they said OK. I waited a month and they sent it back with a letter, which said, that they can't repair it... :glare: :glare:
    Here comes the annoying part...
    1. They said, that they can repair it, 100%, and they didn't...
    2. I lost my warranty (self explanatory :rofl2: )
    3. They even charged me with 25$ because they "tried to repair it" :angry2:

    I was so angry... but the other they I went to a GSM shop and I asked, that it really can't be fixed? :unsure:
    They said that it can, with only 10$. And they said that only the smaller screen needs to replaced and that's all...I was like :wtf: :blink:
    How lucky could I be no...? :rofl2:

    General
    2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    Announced: 2006, 1Q
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 90 x 46 x 23.6 mm
    Weight: 98 g

    Display
    Type: TFT, 256k colors
    Size: 128 x 160 pixels, 1.8 inches, 29 x 35 mm
    • - Second external display 65K colors (96 x 65 pixels)
      - 5-way navi key
      - Downloadable themes

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3, AAC ringtones
    Loudspeaker: Yes
    3.5mm jack: No

    Memory
    Phonebook: Yes, Photo call
    Call records: 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
    Internal: 11 MB
    Card slot: microSD, up to 2GB
    Data: GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
    EDGE: Class 10, 236.8 kbps
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: Yes, v2.0
    Infrared port: Yes
    USB: Yes, Pop-Port

    Camera
    Primary: 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels
    Video: Yes, QCIF
    Secondary: No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
    Browser: WAP/xHTML
    Radio: FM radio; Visual radio
    Games: Yes + downloadable
    Colors: Black
    GPS: No
    Java: Yes, MIDP 2.0
    • - Push to talk
      - Audio/video player
      - SyncML
      - Predictive text input
      - Presence enhanced contacts
      - Organizer
      - Voice dial/memo

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-Ion 820 mAh (BL-4C)
    Stand-by:
    Up to 280 h
    Talk time: Up to 5 h

    6. Motorola RAZR V3i
    [​IMG]
    My sixth phone. Another funny story...
    Remember my Nokia 6125 story? Here's the thing:
    On the day when I received the news, that the phone can't be repaired and went to the GSM shop, but right after I came out, near my house I saw something shiny in the grass... You guessed, it was the Motorola... :lol:
    I think that day was my unlucky-luckiest or unluckiest-lucky day... :wacko: :blink: :wtf: :rofl2:

    General
    2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    Announced: 2005, November
    Status: Discontinued

    Size
    Dimensions: 98 x 53 x 13.9 mm, 65 cc
    Weight: 100 g

    Display
    Type: TFT, 256K colors
    Size: 176 x 220 pixels, 9 lines, 2.2 inches, 35 x 44 mm
    • - Second CSTN display (96 x 80 pixels), 65K colors
      - Anodized aluminum case
      - Downloadable logos

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones, composer
    Loudspeaker: Yes
    3.5mm jack: No

    Memory
    Phonebook: 1000 entries, Photo call
    Call records: 10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
    Internal: 10 MB
    Card slot: microSD , up to 512MB

    Data
    GPRS: Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
    EDGE: No
    3G: No
    WLAN: No
    Bluetooth: Yes, 1.2
    Infrared port: No
    USB: Yes, miniUSB

    Camera
    Primary: 1.23 MP, 1280 x 960 pixels
    Video: Yes
    Secondary: No

    Features
    Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
    Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML
    Radio: No
    Games: Yes + downloadable
    Colors: Silver Quartz
    GPS: No
    Java: Yes, MIDP 2.0
    • - Apple iTunes compatible
      - MP3/MP4 player
      - Predictive text input
      - Organizer
      - Speaker independent voice dial
      - Voice dial/memo

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-Ion 710 mAh
    Stand-by:
    Up to 200 h
    Talk time: Up to 3 h 30 min

    7. Nokia AEON F868 Concept Replica (aka Chinese model TOSHIBA) :creep:
    [​IMG]
    My seventh phone. I saw this thing on the internet and I was very curious about it... I buyed it, but didn't like it so I selled it after a couple of months.
    Note: It comes with a stylus.
    Note 2: In the Audio Player, you can shake the phone to jump to next track.

    Features:
    • GSM Compatibility: Frequencies 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz.
      Available Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Malaysian, Indonesian, Turkey, Russian, Arabic, Persian, Thai (If you need any other national language, please contact customer service)
      Screen: 2.4 inch, QVGA high vivid touch screen, 240*320 pixels
      SIM Card Slots: 2 Card Slots
      SIM Card Modes: Dual SIM open, Only SIM1 open, Only SIM2 open, Flight Mode
      Security Settings: Phone lock, Auto Keypad lock, Change password
      Camera: 1.3M pixel camera, supports video-shoot, the duration depends on storage
      Audio Player: Built-in
      Ring tone: 64 Polyphonic; supports MP3 audio record as ring tone
      User Profiles: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Headset, Bluetooth
      Memory: TF Card Slot.
      Built in Memory: 761KB, support TF card up to 8GB TF extended
      Vibration: Supported
      GPRS Support: Browse WAP Website
      Messaging: SMS, MMS, Chat
      Handwriting Mode: Supported
      Games: Built-in Funny Games
      E-Book Reader: TXT
      Bluetooth Support: Bluetooth 2.0
      Power Source: Built in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
      Shape: Bar Phone
    Specifications:
    • Multimedia:
      - Camera
      - Image Viewer
      - Video recorder
      - Video Player
      - Audio Player
      - Sound recorder
      - FM Radio
      - Slide Show

      File formats:
      - Music: MP3, MIDI, AMR, WAV
      - Image: GIF, JPG
      - Video: 3GP, MP4
      - E-Book: TXT

      Digital Still Camera:
      - Resolution: 80x60, 160x120, 176x220, 320x240, 640x480
      - Image Quality: High, Normal, Low
      - Picture Settings: Effects, White Balance, Scene Modes
      - EV: 8steps (+4 to -4)
      - Banding: 50Hz / 60Hz

      Video recorder:
      - Video Record Format: 3GP
      - Video Quality: Normal, Low, High
      - Video Settings: Effects Setting
      - Banding: 50Hz / 60Hz

      Sound recorder:
      - Format: AMR, WAV, AWB
      - Sound quality: Low, High

      Audio Player:
      - Formats: MP3, WAV
      - Settings: Player, Display, Add Ring tones, Bluetooth

      FM Radio:
      - Radio FM Tuner Frequency: 87.5MHz to 108MHz
      - Background Play: ON, OFF
      - Loudspeakers: ON, OFF (plays directly without earphone)

      Bluetooth:
      - Type: MTK BT DEVICE
      - Supported Service Profiles: Handsfree, Headset
      - Options: Power, Inquiry Audio Device, My Device, Active Devices, Settings

      Telephone directories: 300 groups of phone books, caller picture, caller Ring Tone,caller groups
      * Messages : 200 SMS, support MMS. Support SMS group-sending

      Other Functions:
      * MP3
      * MP4
      * Handsfree
      * SMS group sending
      * Voice recorde
      * Handwritten input
      * FM
      * Bluetooth
      * GPRS
      * WAP
      * SMS
      * MMS
      * E-book
      * Calendar
      * To do list
      * Alarm
      * Calculator
      * Currency and unit converter
      * Stop watch
      * World time
      * Power on/off: Support auto power on and off
      * Alarm clock: 5 groups, support mp3 ringtone, support snooze, can set from Monday to Sunday
      * Games: Build in 4 general games
      * Network: Support WAP GPRS Download
      * Bluetooth: Support A2DP V2.0
      * Data Transfer: USB cable / bluetooth

      Battery Life:
      - Talk Time: Up to 3.5 hours
      - Music Play: Up to 7 hours
      - Standby Time: 200 to 400 hours

      Talk time: 150-180 minutes
      * Standby time: 50-150 hours
      * Size: 113*50*12mm
      * Net Weight: 112g(include battery)
      * Style: Bar
      * Color: Black/Blue (Optional)

      Package Content:(Not so important, so highlight to view)
      * 1 x F868 Mobile Phone
      * 2 x 1200mAH Rechargeable Battery
      * 1 x Travel Charger
      * 1 x USB (to mini-USB) Cable
      * 1 x Wired Earphones with MIC and Clip

    8. Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000
    [​IMG]
    My eighth phone. I got this phone in January 2011 and I love it!!! :wub:
    I saw it on its release day, I saw and read many good reviews on it and actually tested it myself and I said: "I have to get this phone!" So I started working and after a couple of months I managed to raise enough money to buy it! :) (I have the black/8GB model)
    This is the phone I currently use and I think that it will be for a long(er) time that my Nokia 6125! :rofl2:
    Note:
    Also known as Samsung I9008 Galaxy S for Chinese market!

    General
    2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    3G Network: HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100
    Announced: 2010, March
    Status: Available. Released 2010, June

    Size
    Dimensions: 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9 mm
    Weight: 119 g

    Display
    Type: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
    Size: 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0 inches
    • - Gorilla Glass display
      - TouchWiz 3.0 UI
      - Multi-touch input method
      - Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
      - Touch-sensitive controls
      - Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
      - Swype text input

    Sound
    Alert types: Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
    Loudspeaker: Yes
    3.5mm jack: Yes

    Memory
    Phonebook: Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
    Call records: Practically unlimited
    Internal: 8 GB/16GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 2GB ROM
    Card slot: microSD, up to 32GB
    Data: GPRS Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
    EDGE: Class 12
    3G: HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
    WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; DLNA
    Bluetooth: Yes, v3.0 with A2DP
    Infrared port: No
    USB: Yes, v2.0 microUSB

    Camera
    Primary: 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus
    Features: Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection
    Video: Yes, [email protected]
    Secondary: Yes, VGA

    Features
    OS: Android OS, v2.1 (Eclair), upgradable to v2.2
    CPU: 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, PowerVR SGX540 GPU, Hummingbird chipset
    Messaging: SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
    Browser: HTML
    Radio: FM radio with RDS
    Games: Yes
    Colors: Black, White
    GPS: Yes, with A-GPS support
    Java: Via third party application
    • - ISDB-Tb Digital TV tuner (only available for Brazilian market)
      - Social networking integration
      - Digital compass
      - MP4/DivX/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
      - MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player
      - TV-out
      - Organizer
      - Image/video editor
      - Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
      - Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
      - YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration
      - Voice memo/dial/commands
      - Predictive text input

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-Ion 1500 mAh
    Stand-by:
    Up to 750 h (2G) / Up to 576 h (3G)
    Talk time: Up to 13 h 30 min (2G) / Up to 6 h 30 min (3G)


    So... I hope you enjoyed my little phone experience history! Please reply with something awesome and list your own list of phones if you want... :)
     
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  2. connorroy

    connorroy Advanced Member
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  3. ThePowerOutage

    ThePowerOutage The Lord of the Flyes
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    My phones:
    Nokia 3410 - Hand down
    Motarola RAZR ? (not sure which model) - Hand down
    Sony Ericsson K800i - Hand down
    Sony Ericsson W880i - gift
    XDA IIi - ????
    HD2 (Best phone ever due to xda-developers [​IMG] ) -1/2 bought 1/2 gift

    Current:
    Non [​IMG]
     
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  4. Attila13

    OP Attila13 Praise the Creep!
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    Too bad! [​IMG]
     
  5. coolbho3000

    coolbho3000 GBATemp Kikkoman Naturally Brewed SoySauce Fanatic
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    My collection:

    T-Mobile G1
    T-Mobile G2 (first overclocked G2 in the world)
    Google Nexus One (AT&T 3G)
    Motorola Droid (free from Google [​IMG])
    HTC Tattoo (plus very limited developer skin, free from HTC)
    Samsung Captivate
    Google Nexus S
    iPhone 4 32GB AT&T (not used very much...)
     
  6. ThePowerOutage

    ThePowerOutage The Lord of the Flyes
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    So are you the setCPU guy?
     
  7. coolbho3000

    coolbho3000 GBATemp Kikkoman Naturally Brewed SoySauce Fanatic
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    Yeah, I've been on this site longer than I've been an Android dev.
     
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  8. Attila13

    OP Attila13 Praise the Creep!
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    This is awesome! [​IMG] Could you send me one? [​IMG] (joking)
     
  9. CannonFoddr

    CannonFoddr Regular GBATemp Lurker
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    My Collection:
    • Nokia 3210
      [​IMG]
      Nokia 3310/Nokia 3330 (can't really remember exactly which one it was)
      [​IMG]
      Nokia 3410
      [​IMG]
      Nokia 6300
      [​IMG]
      Nokia 5800 XpressMusic (come with music edition)
      [​IMG]
    Yep - I'm a Nokia fan-boy... I'm currently using the 5800 (I actually won that on a Pepsi Promotion in 2009)...

    Although I must admit I HAVE been looking @ Android phones... in particular the 'HTC Desire HD' and the 'Motorola Milestone 2'..
    but mainly because I'm getting a little fed up with how Nokia is becoming more like Apple (with it's OVI 'stuff') & how their 'free' apps are 'Ad supported' (which is a pain when you're on PAYG....)

    EDIT: Hmm might stick with Nokia - the N8 looks tempting as well
     
  10. Jakob95

    Jakob95 I am the Avatar
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    My first phone was this:
    [​IMG]
    I got it 3 or 4 years ago and lost it in 3 months after I got it. I was so pissed...

    My second phone was this:
    [​IMG]
    I had one in blue. It broke in 4 months after I got it by falling into the pool... The next day I replaced the phone because it was still under warranty and guess what the day after that I lose this phone. I lost it by opening the car door and it dropped and I didn't even notice it.

    My 3rd phone was this: [​IMG]
    A samsung phone that used to be one of my parents. I got it 3 months after I lost my other phone.
    4rd phone: [​IMG]
    I got this phone for free from my uncle because he didn't need it anymore. It was a good phone but then the battery started to suck and only lasted a day. The next day after I activated this phone my Samsung didn't turn on for some reason.

    5th phone: [​IMG]
    This phone was pretty good and was my first Android. I was slow though and when I overclocked it with SetCpu my phone had kernal panicks and random reboots. Decided to give back to Verizon.

    6th phone: [​IMG]
    Best phone I ever had. I love it.
     
  11. Quanno

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    Started with Nokia 1100:
    [​IMG]

    Then a Sony Ericsson... Dunno which one.

    Then a samsung... Dunno which one too [​IMG]

    Now a samsung star qwerty:
    [​IMG]

    And in a few days I'm supposed to get this one; The Dapeng T5000
    [​IMG]
     
  12. Originality

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    I won't bother with links/pics.

    I used to have a very old flip-phone, hand-me-down from my dad, but I can't remember anything about it other than it was so old that the muggers didn't want to take it.

    First phone I got for myself was a Motorola RAZR V3i m (the red musical edition, and ultimately the reason I hate iTunes).

    Second was HTC Dream/T-Mobile G1. I used it to bits, especially Google Maps for when I went travelling. Ended up wanting to replace it because it started feeling somewhat slow.

    Now I have a HTC Desire HD, which is also getting heavy usage. It's become almost as good as having a tablet laptop by my side for when I need to do some heavy research away from home, and the fact taht it plays games better than the G1 makes it much more fun to use.
     
  13. stanleyopar2000

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    [​IMG]

    Phone I have now...

    glitchy fucking piece of shit [​IMG]
     
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  14. Cloak519

    Cloak519 GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    I don't own a phone. Does this make me uncool?
     
  15. kiafazool

    kiafazool GBAtemp Maniac
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    i have none [​IMG]

    but my parents and sister do
     
  16. emigre

    emigre i am a free i am not man a number
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    I got my first phone when I was sixteen and I'm twenty now and in that time, I've had only two phones. Both were Sony Ericsson, I can't remember the model of my first one but I'm currently using a W395. It's ok, I don't really need it for anything other than the phone functions. If I had to get a new one now than I'd probably go fot the HTC Desire just for how flashy it looks.
     
  17. Attila13

    OP Attila13 Praise the Creep!
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    Poor you! [​IMG]
     
  18. Jamstruth

    Jamstruth Secondary Feline Anthropomorph
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    I have owned...
    1. A Motorola V500
    [​IMG]
    I got this when I was 13 and by the time I was 14/15 I'd killed its call speaker. I absolutely mutilated this thing...

    2. A Sony Ericsson K800i
    [​IMG]
    The replacement and jesus it was a huge improvement. It had an absolutely great camera in it that I used all the time. It didn't even really die when I got a new one in 2009 (after having my K800i for 2 years) the joystick was starting to go a bit though and the camera button died. My dad uses it now.

    3. An LG GW520
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    This is my current phone and quite frankly its a disappointment. It tries to be a good, cheap touch screen phone (hard to find in '09) but fails on a few fronts. The main problem is that its just too slow to do what it tries. The OS will often freeze up or glitch out... It works pretty well though as a texting/calling/light mobile browsing conduit. The best thing is that QWERTY keyboard. I could never go back to tapping stuff out on a keypad after this. I need a full keyboard either virtual (on a good touchscreen) or hardware.

    Planning on replacing the GW520 with an Apple Peel 520 in March (if they've got a release of the new version for iPod 3Gs and the software isn't too buggy) so I've got a nice smartphone, albeit limited to 2G internet access. That's all I get in my town anyway...
     
  19. B-Blue

    B-Blue slut
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  20. Blaze163

    Blaze163 The White Phoenix's purifying flame.
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    I don't have photos but currently in my possession is:

    - Samsung U600. My current phone. A huge pile of steaming shit. Constantly locks up, battery life is about fifteen seconds, memory card slot is damaged, the camera goes blurry all the time, the speakers are shot so it sounds like a whale being raped when it rings, and it's generally fucking useless. I plan to replace it when my finances are a little better.

    - Motorola Razr V3i. My personal favourite of all the phones I ever owned. Right now it's damaged but still kinda works. Battery is ruined thanks to a rather nasty thunderstorm though, so it never stays on long enough to do much.

    - Samsung T-100. A phone so old the box proudly preaches about the new and exciting technology of the colour screen. No camera, no MP3 ringtone capacity, scuffed beyond recognition but technically fine. I lost the charger but aside from that it's in perfect working order.

    What I really want more than anything else is a Panasonic P900IV, but they only work in Japan. At one point I contemplated buying one anyway, and finding some way of using the shell to house another phone's internals. But that plan got shot in the nuts right out the gate when A) I was unable to find any for sale on eBay, and B) I can't think of anyone that could do such technical stuff even if I found one anyway.
     
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