I've used the i-mobile 309 and 310 but they were decommissioned when my country decided to completely phase out 2G networks... Missed them dearly, for their ultra compact size...
Xelibri, ah yes, had several variations of them when I bought them cheap when people jumped to smartphones, like I paid a fraction of the original price which used to be ridiculously expensive for brand new sets... But once again, all became redundant when 2G got phased out here...
Nokia!! Bring back MeeGo!!! A new n9 with SD845 and running MeeGo OS will be awesome
How could you never mention Nokia? We certainly hope it would come back some day .
Neonode was the iPhone 1st gen prototype. Music, web browsing, touch screen based UI... Technically Neonode had the first "swipe to unlock" but the company ended long before all the lawsuits claiming Apple "invented" it. Cool ideas. Ahead of their time. Lest we never forget :)
Brands don't matter, they are (not) doing the same s*it anyway. Nokia, Blackberry, ni exceptions. Non-removable batteries, 18:9 screens, hybrid slots.
What we really need to come back from the dead are certain trends. Sanity, common sense, practicality. And manufacturers to start listening to us again, not just decide what's "best" for us.
I miss Walkman , cybershot series, Nokia 808 and legendary Nokia N8, N 95.....
I want old hardware with android..
But who hears ...?
Please, get Psion back with a bonafide physical keyboard.
Maybe Handspring, NEC and even Philips
brand does not matter... what matters are the insides and how they are optimized.
a phone especially at the current price range must be build to last 5 years minimum with official support of 3 years. so far none can and worst still with non removable battery a real silly move by phone manufacturer.
No thanks. The dead should stay dead. I don't want them to come back and just use the brand name to sell expensive phones. Blackberry, Nokia and Motorola doing that. They're not selling well. It's really pathetic to see them that way.
I misss sony ericsson. But i dont wish it came back to the scene cause no matter who builds a phone today the design will be same . Theres no scope for playing aroind. And ofcourse it will run android which is again very common..... so i there's no point in any brand coming back
vrvly, 08 Apr 2018true... from french to finnish to chinese...Alcatel Mobile is owned by Nokia. The Alcatel phones you see on the market are manufactured under license by TLC, much in the same way HMD Global makes Nokia phones.
Palm would be great! Had most of them beginning with Palm Pilot. It would be great too an Android incarnation of Nokia N95, the best mobile ever built.