So many different shapes and designs, what a great time that was compared to now.
Veronica, 14 Feb 2016People would say in 2006 that we are crazy to use a 5 or more inch phone, back then smaller ph... moreI had a W200i as well. The sound quality was awesome. I didn't like the proprietary port for charging and for the headphone and didn't like the proprietary card we had to buy.
My God, this just illustrates how fast technology has moved regarding mobile devices.
Hard to believe these gadgets were around only 10 years ago.
Well. Samsung ruined it lol. Unlike before, we get excited about what the phone manufacturers will announce and what are the improvements done or simply "What's new" in it. Now that almost everyday, we see new mobile phones being announced and it's just ridiculous how they manage to announce those they say "new" and "improved" unit on a daily basis. People are just too used to it hence the excitement are no longer present. This is just my opinion though. :)
Phones these days had a lot of memory, why can't they improve more now...
wargreymon, 14 Feb 2016An, the good old days. Now imagine it you traveled back in time with the phones we have today.... morePeople would say in 2006 that we are crazy to use a 5 or more inch phone, back then smaller phones where popular.
Wow, in 2006 I got mine Sony Ericsson W200i with badass Walkman player, 2gb M2 memory card (SE was a bitch back then and used as the only company M2 in place of normale micro SD card).
Pokémon Gold on it, Asphalt and The Sims, and I fully customize it via FAR command manager.
I still have that phone somewhere, and it is still working :P
An, the good old days. Now imagine it you traveled back in time with the phones we have today. People would shit their pants.
What a good old days where nokia n sony ericsson rulling the mobile world. They give us the meaning of quality! I still remember where a number of my secondary school friends show off their sony ericsson, mostly walkman series with play mp3 with the most popular song in the classroomÂ…