Tuesday, 10 March 2015

My Phone Timeline

We were talking yesterday about the phones we owned so I thought I would list my phone timeline. I have had some truly amazing phones and some fairly mediocre ones too!

My phone timeline (not including the approx 150 I have now from collecting old phones)


  • Motorola MR201 - I dispatched of this beast almost immediately, it could store 10 SMS and didn't like the phone number to the SMS
  • Ericsson PF768 - I spent hours creating ring tones on this phone. Such a little beauty. 
  • Siemens C25 - This was a brilliant phone, it had a wicked 3d maze game on it. 
  • Nokia 702 - An absolute classic! 
  • Nokia 7110 - I now have a giant box full of these, I used to love playing wap games on them and don't forget about tennis. 
  • Motorola Timeport 250 - This was the first phone that I had where I thought, this is the future, wow
  • Ericsson T68 - A cool phone but fairly poor in terms of usability. I never really loved it. 
  • Nokia NGage - A true obscenity but I had some amazing games on it (Elder Scrolls, Tony Hawks)
  • Orange SPV - The first Windows phone (in the UK at least)
  • Orange SPV C500 - I loved these SPVs, they did everything for me. 
  • Orange SPV C550 - I loved these SPVs, they did everything for me. 
  • Samsung U500 - This phone was so so thin and had an amazing camera. My only real dislike was the circular design of the menu navigator. I was also dissappointed moving from a smart phone back to something that had very few features.
  • Nokia N70 - Probably my favourite phone when I think about it. It had absolutely everything. 
  • Sony Ericsson c510 - A very close second to my favourite phone. At this time, I think the phone manufacturers had really cracked candy bar phones. Incredible!
  • HTC Hero - My first Android phone, a brilliant phone. When I look at it now it looks like a prop from Battlestar Galactica!
  • Samsung Galaxy S2 - Such a good phone. Wowzers
  • Nokia 1020 - My current phone, I really like it. The camera is far and away the best I have ever seen on a phone. My only gripe is that so few things are compatible with Windows phone which is a real pity as the OS is fairly pleasant. 

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