Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by sully5981, Jan 26, 2014.
Digging through junk the other day and found my first HTC phone ...HTC over the years.
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.)
Its funny how phones were getting smaller but then there was a point where they started getting bigger instead.
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.
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.
I was talking about when they went from
Used to love the small phones.
The latter although sold as Orange SPV500 was in fact HTC Typhoon.