Nokia 5200, Nokia xpress music 5530, Nokia N9 (The forgotten and mighty one), Lumia 920, htc desire 500, Moto G 2nd Gen, Galaxy S5, Huawi Mate 8 (Best One), Iphone 7 (Second Choice), Huawei Mate 10 Pro (Still In Love XO).
1. nokia 2680 slide
2 some nokia flip phone
3 nokia e63
4 nokia c7
5 nokia e6
6 sony xperia t
7 sony xperia z1
8 sony xperia z5
9 lg nexus 4
10 sony xperia xz premium
1. Nokia 6303 classic
2. Samsung Monte
3. Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830i
4. Samsung Galaxy A7 2015
Johnny Holmes, 19 Feb 2018I counted them at 31 give or take a few. Oh, and that's phones I've owned, I've used a lot mor... moreI feel weird now. Since year 2002 I had almost 40 phones and number keep growing.
I can only remember by date my first phone and that was Motorola V.100, then I lost time, when I were using them.
Weird hobby though.
Nice reminder about the Wave, lovely looking feature phone and of course that SuperAMOLED display. Was almost buying it but decided to go for my first smartphone...the Galaxy S instead as both were released around the same time.
Actually it was GSMArena which persuaded me to go Samsung once I saw the difference between the iPhone's LCD and Samsung's new SuperAMOLED wonder screen side by side in a straight comparison in a darkened room. WOW moment for me and I've been Samsung ever since- S, S3, S4, S6Edge and currently S8.
L337, 14 Feb 2018Ivan... Exactly HOW MANY phones did you use IN total!?I counted them at 31 give or take a few. Oh, and that's phones I've owned, I've used a lot more thanks to my position at GSMArena.
My phones were / are
Vodafone smart 3
kmb877, 12 Feb 2018Ivan,
Like you, I have had both E71 and N85 and I don't think we had free offline navigation ... moreYes, you're right. At the time I owned the E71 there was no free voice-guided navigation. That came in 2010, although I clearly recall using it.
Oh how old you make me feel. I started with a Nokia 1610i way back when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.
Johnny Holmes, 12 Feb 2018Not really. If battery life is great, I don't ever think about swapping batteries.Hi Johnny, I found some people say they want the removable battery and this issue become a lawsuit in US.
I've used 30 mobile phones so far. Starting with nokia 3210 (2001) to iphone X till now
1. Nokia 3210 2000
2. Nokia 6110 2001
3. Nokia 3310 2001
4. Siemens M35i 2001
5. Nokia 8310 2003
6. Nokia 7250i 2004
7. Nokia 1110 2005
8. Nokia 3230 2006
9. Sony Ericsson J200 2006
10. Nokia N70 2006
11. Nokia N73 ME 2007
12. Nokia N95 8GB 2008
13. Sony Ericsson W350 2009
14. Nokia N97 2010
15. Sony Ericsson T100 2010
16. Sony Ericsson W100i Spiro 2010
17. Nokia 5130 XM 2010
18. Nokia 5233 XM 2011
19. Nokia N8 2011
20. Nokia E66 2011
21. Nokia E63 2012
22. Nokia E52 2012
23. Samsung Galaxy S3 2012
24. Samsung Galaxy S4 2013
25. Apple iPhone 4 2013
26. Apple iPhone 6 2014
27. Xiaomi MI 4 2014
28. Redmi Note 4 2016
29. Apple iPhone X 2018
It is so nostalgic down the memory lane.
My first Nokia was 7210, then E51, then e72, then e71, N9 (great user interface), Lumia 610 sold and bought a Lumia 720 (Best all rounder), Lumia 1020 (Great Camera).
I still have the e71 and a microsoft 950 which has a great camera but behind the 1020 in overall resolution.
Like you, I have had both E71 and N85 and I don't think we had free offline navigation from Nokia! I remember having only maps with GPS location.
At that time, I was eager to have offline navigation within US and EU, and on N85 I deployed Garmin XT software + maps. It was a bunch of $!
I now understand why Ivan in this old phones stories, he wanted stock.... He and most people were coming from Samsung and touchwiz!
Why majority want stock android?
Because they had bad experience with lags....
As for me, I didn't understand why you want stock... Large parts of my ignorance was because I'm always with HTC...
I always prefer sense UI than plain stock.
Why? Because it's more feature packs and yet my phone never lags!
And majority of people never own HTC flagship.
It makes sense now, the urge people have for stock.... I pity you and them.
My story since 2005:
Nokia 808 Pureview,
Redmi 2 Prime... till date.
Now considering among Galaxy S7, Note 8, Galaxy S9 or Redmi Note 5, depending on price considerations of near future, and expected features...
All that unstable phone switching, must have made Ivan's hair go white even if he's only 30 years old..... :P
What's the point of this article? Just a guy bragging how he has enough money to buy new high-end smartphone every few months. He didn't really write anything interesting about those phones, each of them got about one sentence. Oh, this one has big screen, bad speakers and good camera. I could see that if I just looked at the specs of that phone. And he mentions nostalgia, but most of those phones are only a few years old and not really nostalgia invoking. Hell, we even remember most of the things he mentioned about the phones in the article, since, as I said, they are only a few years old.
He really should have started with old phones, pre-2007, now that would have been nostalgic and interesting to see how the phones changed back then and his (short) opinion of those phones. But I guess they were not expensive enough and therefore not really bragging-worthy
That's quite okay, I'm more than willing to say "never" instead - no matter what, I will never, ever choose an Apple product willingly. There you go...
Nokia 3230 (my 1st phone with a camera & music, sea water ruined it, 2006), N91 (maps, GPS 2006-2009), N97 (slider QWERTY, 2009-2011), BB Bold 2 9100 (awesome keypad, fast OS, premium build, 2010-2013), SGS2 (my 1st galaxy/android, 2011-2014), iPhone 4 (1st iPhone, I could only afford it 3 years after it launched, 2013-2017), Sony Z1 Compact (when other phones were growing unwieldy, this was a gem, poor camera though, 2014-2016), SGS7 (superb camera, still is miles ahead of most phones, poor battery life, 2016-), BB KeyONE (still dunno why I bought this one..primary phone as of now, 2017-). Have also bought and worked with BB Pearl, Nokia 5500 Music, SGS3, Nexus 5, Nokia 8 for the missus.