Do you remember all the phones you've had?


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  1. Plymouthbiker

    Plymouthbiker Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Just out of interest, interesting to see what you've had in the past all the way up to the Android you have now. In order from your first Cell phone/Mobile phone to your latest.... Make comments on how good each were..

    I'll list mine. From 1997 to present 2009

    Motorola c520 > Dreadful battery life

    Nokia NK402 > Lovely and worked well

    Nokia 3310 > Good work horse

    Nokia 3330 > Same as above but with animations.... wooooh

    Nokia 3510i > Colour screen!!!! WOOOOH

    Panasonic x70 > Looked nice but was Horrid and bad battery life!

    Nokia 6230 > Quality build and worked very well

    Sony Ericsson W800i > a walkman.... no... a phone..... ?!!?

    Sony Ericsson K800i > James bond style with great 3.2mp camera.

    Sony Ericsson K850i > Fantastic camera and little touch sensitive parts

    Samsung Omnia i900 > Great windows mobile powerful, poor battery life.

    T-Mobile Touch G2 (HTC Hero) Should be around sometime today!!! :-D ............
     

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  2. TheNorthernForest

    TheNorthernForest Well-Known Member

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    Jesus.

    I really never had that many phones.

    Hmm, let's see: Sidekick 2, Sidekick 3, Sidekick LX, Sidekick LX 2009 (current phone) and soon to be an Android Device.

    Yes, I know. Shame on me for sticking with Sidekick's.
     
  3. RossLH

    RossLH Active Member

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    Started off with a Siemens SL55, used that for a while, upgraded to a Sony Ericsson S710a, used that for 3+ years, had an LG CU720 Shine for a few months, and I'm now the proud owner of a Motorola Droid. This thing is AWESOME.
     
  4. Siren

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    I can't remember them all.

    My first cell was some very primitive Nokia GSM phone back in 2000.
    2: Ericsson CF-788 GSM
    3: Motorola StarTAC
    3: LG somethingorother
    4: Samsung SGH-A670 (nice phone)
    5: HTC Verizon VX6600 Windows Mobile. Ugh. Was my sole broadband/telecommunications device when I lived in PDX. EVDO ruled. So did Bluetooth tethering with a Mac. Too bad it was just so goshdarn unreliable and would drop the connection if I ever needed to download a big file. Nonetheless I stuck with it for two years.
    6: It died on me, and I needed a device capable of Bluetooth tethering on the Verizon EVDO network. After carefully reviewing my options, I went with a RAZR V3m. Great device that served me well.
    7: Traded away to an iPhone.
    8: Blackberry 8830.
    9: Blackberry Bold 9000
    10: HTC Fuze
    11: Nokia E71
    12: DROID

    I'm sure I've left maybe 10 out. I still have a RAZR for GSM to eat the rest of my AT&T contract. I'm an unabashed Motorola fan...
     
  5. superdorf

    superdorf Well-Known Member

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    1) Qualcomm QCP 2700 (sprint)
    2) Samsung SCH-400 (I think)
    3) Audiovox CDM-8000
    4) Motorola Shark v2260
    5) Motorola v260
    6) Nokia 5100
    7) Nokia 3500
    8) XV6800 (Windows)
    9) PN-820 (windows)
    10) SMT-5800 (windows)
    coming soon 11) droid

    I think I may have missed a couple... I'm not sure. Fun idea.
     
  6. CranKy

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    1) Nokia 3310 (I was 8 years old^^)
    2) Sony Ericsson K700i
    3) Sony Ericsson K700i
    4) Motorola Razr 2
    5) HTC Tattoo

    The Nokia was just a handy without nothing so it wasnt bad or good.
    Both handy's of Sony Ericsson were just solid handy's without any bugs or something else.
    The Motorola was just the greatest piece of sh!t i ever saw.
    The HTC Tattoo has some bugs but its the greatest handy i ever saw.
     
  7. Jeevo

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    Arrgh I can't remember the model names/numbers.

    The first one I had when i was 16. It was some sony ericsson which had switchable faceplates. Then another Sony phone then a sharp gc10 or something. Then Motorola SLVR and now a BlackBerry Bold.
     
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    doomedromance Well-Known Member

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    Motorola V120 (VZW)
    Motorola T720 (VZW)
    Motorola V600 (T-Mo)
    Nokia 3250 Xpress Music Unlocked(T-Mo)
    Motorola Q9m (VZW)
    Motorola Droid (VZW)
     
  9. FireRunner

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    I've had too many to recall, since 1999 I've had almost one new phone a year. Recently though it's been the BB Curve, BB Flip, BB 8900 Curve, BB Tour, and iPhone. I've also had the Sony Ericsson walkman phone which was nice and small, but didn't have enough media for me.
     
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    johnLEE Well-Known Member

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    my first phone that i had when i was 16 was this qualcom phone. provider was primeco before they became verizon. been with them ever since!

    [​IMG]
     
  11. Doit2it

    Doit2it Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Nokia 5170i - Cricket Communications
    Sony Ericsson T610 - TMobile
    Motorola V3c RAZR - Verizon
    LG VX8300 - Verizon
    LG VX9700 DARE - Verizon - Current Phone
    HTC Passion - Verizon - Wait, it's not Dec. yet :D
     
  12. zoukis05

    zoukis05 Well-Known Member

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    Ericsson GF 788
    Motorola i1000 > Nextel
    Motorola i1000 plus > Nextel
    Motorola i85 > Nextel
    Motorola i90 Pearl > Nextel
    Motorola i730 > Nextel
    **Left Nextel as their service started to go down the tubes quickly**
    LG VX7000 > Verizon
    Motorola RAZR v3c > Verizon
    LG VX8300 > Verizon
    **Left Verizon over a contract dispute**
    Blackberry Pearl 8100 > T-Mobile
    HTC Dash > T-Mobile
    **These were basically one week trials after my dash broke**
    HTC Wing > T-Mobile
    HTC Touch Dual > T-Mobile
    HTC S730 > T-Mobile
    **Finally found one I could use for more than a minute**
    HTC Tilt > T-Mobile
    Nokia E71 > T-Mobile - AT&T
    **Left T-Mobile after changing jobs and moving, I had no service in my office or home**
    Nokia N97 > AT&T Used for a couple days and sold, went back to my E71
    **Got sick of dropping 30 calls a day, forgave Verizon and came back**
    Blackberry Tour > Verizon
    Motorola Droid > Verizon

    That about covers it.
     
  13. spicygadgets

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    I had only few ones because of very less use.

    All were basic phones, but planning to buy Motorola Driod

    Nokia 1100
    Nokia 2312

    And Now Samsung - Do not remember model no but yes this one is sliding phone.
     
  14. mrqs

    mrqs Well-Known Member

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    siemens c45 fantastic phone, can't remember why i wanted to switch

    siemens cf62 was good until it developed some problems with incoming calls not coming through, which was the main reason why i switched, tho' i also wanted mp3s on my next phone

    sony-ericsson w200i another fantastic phone
    switched to android mainly to have 24/7 internet access + planning on dev'ing something

    nokia e70 & nokia e71 (work phones i used simultaneously with the sony-ericsson) didn't like either of these; the symbian ui is such a bloody mess, it's impossible to find anything in there
    tho' i gotta give props to the e71 hardware - it feels good on hand (until you get to the software side of things) and looks nice too

    samsung galaxy (now) so far loving android and hating samsung; seems they've never heard of the "customer support" concept
     
  15. chrlswltrs

    chrlswltrs Well-Known Member

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    1. Sprint
    2. T-mobile
    3. Verizon

    - 1-3 are too long ago to remember

    4. AT&T - Sony walkman 350i
    5. Helio - heat
    6. AT&T - iPhone (waited in line launch day 2007)
    7. AT&T - iPhone 3GS jailbroken
    8. Verizon - HTC Droid Eris
    9. Sony X10 whenever I can buy it unlocked and use it in America
     
  16. Mike Anthony

    Mike Anthony Well-Known Member

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    i havent had THAT many phone in my life. I was with sprint most of the time. I had mostly Treo's........

    I actually still have every model phone i've ever owned in a box lol....
     
  17. wallysh

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    My very first in the late eighties was a Motorola HUGE BRICK you carry around in a special bag with special antenna, battery didn't last long, but back then you couldn't afford making that many calls anyway :)
     
  18. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Look at my sig lol
     
  19. BiGMERF

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    wow i go way back.. back to the big motorolas that started the cell craze.. i go as far back as using pagers.lol. for me to remember them all would be just impossible. here whai can remember in no specific order

    mytouch 3g
    iphone 3gs
    iphone 3g
    iphone 2g
    moto razor
    moto razor v3xx
    lg shine
    moto i870
    moto tac 550
    pantech c300

    all i can remember
     
  20. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

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    MyTouch4g? iphone4Gs?...... Looks like a typo :p
     
  21. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

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    corrected mr carl c, sir
     
  22. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

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    **Cough's** MyTouch5G? I'm sure it's 3G :p

    [​IMG]
     
  23. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

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    do you have mod access and effin with my posts, lol. maybe i should put on my glasses
     
  24. Carl C

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    No Mod powers lool :D
     
  25. BiGMERF

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    lmao, i guess i need the glasses then. aaahahahahah
     

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