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  1. sully5981

    sully5981 Well-Known Member
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    Digging through junk the other day and found my first HTC phone ...HTC over the years. [​IMG]
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    Nice collection. I was doing some tinkering the other day and ended up with all my Nexuseses Nexii stacked up next to each other at work. Nexus One, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4. I would have gotten a pic, but then I would have needed an additional phone ;)



    (And while I was at my parents' house for the holidays, I stumbled across my first smartphone - a Treo 650 - as well as my old AT&T Tilt (HTC TyTN II) and its replacement, an HTC Touch Diamond. Great phones, though I've been hooked on Android since getting that Nexus One.)
     
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    Its funny how phones were getting smaller but then there was a point where they started getting bigger instead.
     
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    The smallest ones I remember are the old Nokia candy bar ones that were roughly 4 inches by 1.5 inches. That's tiny compared to the latest smartphones.
     
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    I think the HTC EVO with its 4.3 inch screen.. was the first to start the movement towards larger phones.
    before that.. the norm was 3.8 and smaller.

    when I was getting my EVO OG.. I was worried.. it might be too big and silly to use.
    but I wanted the bigger screen for media and surfing.

    now.. I have the NOTE3.. and loving the size.
     
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    I was talking about when they went from

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    http://the****lub.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/ur_motorola_startac_1100px.jpg

    To

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    Used to love the small phones.

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

    The latter although sold as Orange SPV500 was in fact HTC Typhoon.
     

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