Your First Smartphone

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Jan 12, 2013

Your First Smartphone by Kouen Hasuki at 9:14 AM (4,805 Views / 0 Likes) 84 replies

  1. Kouen Hasuki
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    So, what was your very first smartphone if you have had one?

    My first was the Nokia 7650 on SymbianOS used to love that thing even with its VGA camera, 1st gen Bluetooth and tiny non upgradable 4MB storage.

    It's funny to think now that it was considered a smartphone since these days even the cheaper feature phones do more... How about you lot?
     


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    My first was the iPhone 4. I love it.
     
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    My first smartphone was my LG Optimus S.
    I installed so many custom ROMs on that phone!
     
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    My first smartphone was the iPhone 4. Back then it was a tremendous device.

    Now it still is (for me at least).
     
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    Mine was a Samsung Galaxy Apollo (or Galaxy 3) which I had until last July when I bought my lovely Galaxy Nexus. Bought it from my old boss who'd just upgraded her phone for £40 or so. It had minimal app storage (about 200mb iirc), and ran Android 2.1 (also known as feckin' slow). I did a huge amount of messing with it to make it much nicer. My little sister is currently using it very lightly (this will be hard to believe but my 16 year old sister does very little phone use. Barely carries it with her most of the time)
     
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    KC910. Got it in 2010 and then got the Motorola Defy on contract a few months later.
     
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    iPhone 4. Great smartphone during its time till other smartphones showed up in the market.
     
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    A lovely Galaxy Nexus that I got 4 months back or so.
     
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    Bought my friend's Blackberry Storm in 2009 which was an upgrade of sorts from my Sony Ericsson K800i. I used to imagine Blackberry being "cool" because it was always the tool of choice amongst business professionals but the Storm was like a crash course in owning a smartphone. The apps selection is almost non-existant. There was no Wifi and my house couldn't pick up 3G signals because it was in a fairly rural area so browsing was out of the question. It felt like a device rushed to cash in on the iphone's introduction and it probably was.

    Then I bought an HTC Sensation after that and never looked back.
     
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    The T-Mobile G1. SO many good memories with that little guy.
     
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    My first and so far only smart phone is a Droid Incredible 2.
     
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    T-mobile G1 was my first smartphone. looking back at it now made me realize how bad it was and how i enjoyed it too much haha
     
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    My first smartphone was the HTC Touch Pro 2 for Sprint.
     
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    My first Smartphone is my HTC Desire HD, had it for about 2 years, Reliable phone that does what i need, So i love it.
     
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    My first smart phone was the HTC Incredible, now rocking the iphone 4s
     
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    Mine was the Samsung Dart. It was A HUGE improvement over my previous phone. The only good thing about that old phone was that people thought it was a Blackberry.
     

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