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Old 14th November 2006, 13:46   #46
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NOkia 8800 Sirocco. (worst battery ever)
It cannot get worse than the regular 8800, i belive it has almost double the battery life? I was almost sold on this phone!

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2006 Nokia 6310i (brand new )
Where on earth did you find a brand new 6310i ! That phone has been discountinued. i have been on a hunt for that one for a while now as my dad in love with it,he has been thru 3 of them already!

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Old 23rd November 2006, 22:53   #47
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well i dont remember the years but this is what i have got

reliance samsung ( remember that first handset which came in )

nokia 3310

samsung c200

nokia 6610 i

samsung e 700

nokia 2300

sony - t630

nokia - 7610.
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Old 26th November 2006, 00:10   #48
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Ericsson ( I dont remember model number)
Nokia 2100
Nokia 8210
Nokia 8250 ( I Still Have )
Nokia 8310 ( I Still Have )
Nokia 6100
Nokia 7210
Nokia 7250i
Nokia 7650
Nokia 6600
Nokia 6230
Nokia 6230i ( I Still Have )
Nokia 8910 ( I Still Have )
SE P910i
Nokia 7610 ( 2 Phones )
Nokia 7700
O2 Xda
Nokia N91 4gb
SE K800i
Nokia 6280
SE 810i ( Currently Using and planning to get i-Mate.)

May be i forget few..

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Old 26th November 2006, 06:41   #49
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not too many phones
Nokia 8850 (first phone!!!!)
Nokia 8890 (as the 8850 wudnt work in N.America)
SE K700i (current)

N95/JasJam/something similar (next phone...)
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Old 27th November 2006, 16:31   #50
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Not too many phones for me either.

Siemens C45 (sold)
Panasonic GD68 (sold)
Siemens S55 (back up phone)
SE K750i (current)
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Old 27th November 2006, 16:48   #51
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Here goes mine-
Sony Ericsson T230
Nokia 6610i
Sony Ericsson K750i
Sony Ericsson W810i(Currently Using)
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Old 27th November 2006, 18:26   #52
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Panasonic GD75
Samsung N something (The first indian phone with really nice polyphonic ringtones)
Samsung X100
Nokia N-Gage (Classic, still one of my fav. phone ever)
Now, SE K700i... I miss the symbian, i miss the unlimited sms and contacts memory.
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Old 27th November 2006, 21:51   #53
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Bought my first mobile phone while working in Singapore. Singaporeans call them handphones.

Loved the SL-45, I had in Kolkata. It came with a software CDROM and a cradle to charge/hook up to a PC. The saffron backlight would gently dim away to off.

My 3150 was Nokia's first polyphonic ringtone handset. Had GPRS but a WML browser and no PC connectivity.

My current mobiles are:
Nokia 3230 with a 512 MB card initially with Idea Cellular, Pune and now with Hutch, Pune. Have installed a licensed SmartMovie player and Python programming language interpreter.

And Nokia's autofocus Tessar equipped, 3.2 megapixel N73 with a 1 GB Kingston card. The N73 has the very cool Apple Safari Web Kit-based open source full-HTML browser, 3D ringtones and announces the caller's name in a synthesized voice.

Idea Cellular, Pune are the only local operator with a monthly flat-rate unlimited download GPRS billing.

Have installed Yahoo! Go instant messenger-, Flickr photo uploader- and Google Maps clients. This is bandwidth-intensive, but with flat-billed, high-speed EDGE GPRS, is a pleasure to use.

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Old 27th November 2006, 22:06   #54
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I started god lone knows when with a siemens S4. now i use a o2 Atom and a Sony P990. cant remember all the phones in between but they did include (in no particualr order) a lot of Nokias eg. 6100, 3210, 6310i, 6230 & 6230i.
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Old 27th November 2006, 22:10   #55
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My First Phone : Nokia 8110 (Sliding Banana Phone..remember guys)
2 : Nokia 3310
3 : Nokia 3330
4 : Nokia 8310
5 : Nokia 9210
6 : Nokia 6310
7 : Nokia 3660
8 : Nokia 6600 (2 days n then 26th June Rain)
9 : Nokia 6230
10 : SE P900
11 : Nokia 9300
12 : SE W550i (currently using)

Gosh...i could have owned a shop by now.If i wouldnt have stopped buying some more.

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Old 27th November 2006, 23:39   #56
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Too many for me to remember, but began with a Nokia 8110 (banana) phone in 1997 and remember a few special ones thereafter:
Nokia 5110: This was the first Nokia along with 6110 to offer a graphical display.
Ericsson T28: This one was really sleek and somehow liked the design.
Sony Ericsson p800: Probably the most complete smartphone available during it's days.
Nokia 6600: The first Nokia with a 65K color display and I loved the display. Traded in the p800 for this one.
Imate JAM: Wanted to try my hands at Windows, and hence got this one.
Nokia 9500: Switched to the best communicator then as the JAM caused a bit of bother handling the touch screen dialler.
Sony Ericsson p990: Finally something new to replace my 9500 and something I think I will not change till the Nokia E90 arrives.
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Old 30th November 2006, 11:43   #57
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1999 - Panasonic (dont remember the model number)
2000 - Motorola Star Tac (the best ever phone, plain & simple for my linking but IC got damaged & Motorola cud not repair it)
2003 - Samsung N100 (world's lightest WAP phone at that time, but who cares a damn, it had the best keypad)
2005 - Samsung X 430 (doesn't have the basic tones, i miss them)

but u will never find me without a flap phone. flaps are a must.
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well i change my phones a lot...

my phones are as follows...
Siemens S6
Nokia 5110
Nokia 8110
nokia 3310
Nokia 9210i
Nokia 8250
Sony Ericsson p800
Motorala V3
Motorala Pebl
Nokia 9300
M600i
O2 XDA EXEC(sold as started to give problems)
Nokia 6610i

Now Planning to buy Motorala Ming...
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Very interesting topic going on in here.
Well here's my list -
I began with some siemen brick which i took from my mom when she got a 7110.
I then upgraded to a Nokia 3210 when it was new (think 2001) and then my sister when to the U.K. and would get me a new cell whenever she came back.
From the 3210 here goes -
Nokia 6110
Nokia 3310 in gray as my sister used the blue one
Nokia 8210 in blue
Another Nokia 8210 but modded to look like a 8250
Nokia 7560 - one of the first few
SE T610 - Broken
Nokia 6210 - Loved this phone too. High sore in Snake - 2967
Nokia 7650 - i loved this phone
Nokia 6100 - i loved this phone too but used it for only 3 months
Nokia 6230 - My dads when he got the 6230i
Nokia 6630 - 1.5 years and still workng. I love it!

There were one or two others but i used them for maybe a week or two so not included.
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Old 3rd December 2006, 23:53   #60
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Nokia 7560 - one of the first few
lamborghini are you talking about Nokia 7650 ?

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