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  1. Android Amateur

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    After going through my attic today I found a box of Garage Sale stuff we never sold years ago. I was excited to find my first Cell Phone in the box and with the charger! It was a Nokia 3560 and boy when I put it next to my Samsung Vibrant I laugh! I thought the Nelly and 50 cent polyphonic ringtones were so cool! It's good to see how far these phones have come though and I don't plan on getting rid of it.

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    Five whole Nokia screens fit into one Samsung Vibrant screen!

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    lol my first phone was a Nokia 252. It didn't even have polyphonic ring tones. Just seven ring tones to choose from, and everyone had the same ring tone because it was the least annoying.
     
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    Pssh... I don't know what you're talking about, that Nokia kicks your fascinate up and down the street. Hell, my Evo looks like common trash compared to that thing!
     
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    I had a bag phone
     
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    my first smartphone

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    No pictures... Try it again, I wanna see!
     
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    Unfortunately I dont have it anymore... but this was my first phone

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    This thing was awesome. Changing the faceplate rocked!:D
     
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    LOL.. I remember those days. My first phone was the Motorola Startac. I thought I was so cool with being the only one around with a "flip phone." Damn times have changed...
     
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    Phone history.

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    The LG Incite was probably the biggest fail out of all those:p
    Should have stuck it out with the shine until 2010
     
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    Motorola MicroTac... I would like to own one now, just for laughs! My mom might still have hers in her closet. I should raid it and steal it.
     
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    Same as me lol :)
     
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    lol I had a Matrix style faceplate on mine. The keys were hidden until I slid the plate down
     
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    Yes and no. Sure it was a bad attempt at a smartphone, but it did sync with outlook cleanly and easily, had a battery life of several days with heavy use and most importantly grandfather me into an unlimited data plan.
     
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    it was my first phone as an adult paying for my own shit.

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    That was my first PIMP phone. I could build a custom midi-ringtone with the composer and made up warchant for it. Went to a game and when it rang, the entire tailgate party went nuts for it....
     
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    I had the same phone with 200 daytime minutes a month lmao.

    Since then I've probably owned around 100 phones smh. I promised myself that I'm gonna stick with my Epic 4 a while.
     

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