Oh my gosh, Mitsubishi Trium phones, what a Nostalgia. It was probably most graphically insane phone Menus you could imagine on mobile phone in early 2000. Logos of the menu is was so detailed animated, that it was like almost drawn on your screen :) entire Menu was like an art gallery. And that legendary Push game was amazing puzzle game. Mitsubishi was really something special back in the days :) I remember their colour phones use to have some original animations. Instead of typical signal bar you could chose animations like ladybug crawling on a grass of blade. If signal Bar is full, ladybug was on the top of the grass blade, how cool was that? :)
I like your choice of these phones Siemens A36, Mitsubishi Trium Mars, Sony Ericsson K530 but then you went nuts.
yeah... no brand loyalty..... but Huawei... which is not so cheap! Not all all!
I don't understand how Huawei became a better option than Xiaomi.
Very modest, Jordan
If half the readers have same attitude, half of smartphone makers would go bankrupt
I'm using the Blackberry z10 reading this article! I agree with Yordan, you'll never love this phone.
Nowadays, the mobile phone has growing very fast including the network operating system, if I wasn't wrong some regions have drop the 2G/3G services. The futuristic smartphone must be more powerful performance and durability (of course not toys).
China will bring the 5G into the market soon, the future smartphone must support 5G, but some countries 4G still under expectations. American do you love the 5G especially from China?
-sniffles- I had the Z10... it was the phone I owned before having android...
I wrote a very similar article for AAS (All About Symbian) a few years back. Titled "Symbian - the Glory, the Pain and the Legacy". Go read it after reading this one. :D
3120 had a clear bright camera, even the selfie cam. A bright flash. A fast internet. Everything you need to have at that time. I used to call someone with video call 3g. It is damn expensive but it is fun to use.
lovely article yet too short (still, this article is better than the past "In Past Tense" articles)
Miss my 3120c. It is dead by now. Working for 7 years without battery replacement.
Really cool stories!
It's just like reading the history of some of my favorite GSMArena writers.
love these articles, a trip down memory lane. its something kids these days wont understand.