lovely article gsmarena! ow God yes i still remember when nokia 3210 was the bomb back in the days hehehe. Now i own the Samsung Galaxy S and yes i can confirm that i won't be able to look at a smaller screen the same as i use to back in the days. how time flies by so fast, nostalgia at looking at all those old phones (especially the nokia communicator). lovely article once again!
How about an article that takes the mobile users down memory lane? I was browsing your site the other day, and it got me thinking about how the cellphone world has evolved. What the handsets of yesterday looked and felt like and how they have reached the current state.
i hope in the future i can change my mobile phone's hardware. i want a ATi graphic card inside my phone.
superb article :) next big thing? learning the lost art of meeting real people and talking to them ;)
refreshment , nice article , good job. best wishes . do the new always .
Really great article. I've been waiting for some sort of history of cell phones and whatnot. I personally am very interested in the evolution of cell phones, and it is amazing that that same evolution is taking place every day. You can look back even 1 year and spot trends in upgraded processor, screen res, camera res, OS, etc. Very exciting to see what there will be even THREE years from now. At this point I expect each new generation of phones to be exponentially better than the last.
Mr.Smart, 15 Jul 2010Beautiful article :)
Probably d future is pico-projector , 25 megapixel and even mind reading... moreGreat article.
Man, 25MP Sounds awesome, what would really be epic would be a phone that could change forms, as in phones that would be able to feature touch+candy bar+qwerty and change according to the user, now THAT would be cool mind reading! :D
Beautiful article :)
Probably d future is pico-projector , 25 megapixel and even mind reading phones .....
sweet article - the only thing that seemed to be lacking was the section on qwerty enabled phones. there should be some actual trends there, like the current popularity of blackberry styles among young people.
but you guys forget to mention Motorola Microtac 8700 (good old flip phone), Siemens SL10 (first slider phone), Siemens S6 (first phone with colour display), and HTC Shift (tablet phone with 7" display).
Brought back a lot of memories, well done GSMArena :-) Oh, and the next big thing? Clamshell touchscreens! Just imagine, fold it open and you get twice as large a touchscreen...