NOTE 4 (with flat screen, and no bezels)
Android flip phone (there are only rare options for Asia, not available elsewhere)
something like Motorola FlipOut, perhaps with better technology could have been a great niche device..
Bring back Symbian. Belle wiped floor with froyo/gingerbread, wonder what it would be today.
I like sony Ericsson w995 Xperia mini pro and xperia x 10 ,noka c7 symbian 3 ,balkberry bold 9700 , sony Xperia u
Sony Ericsson Satio, to be reborn as a one-of-a-kind flagship under the name Sony Xperia Satio with a 4K HDR screen
cheap nexus all the way, sure motorola is the new nexus but not the same, also back glass of nexus 4 was beautifull
Some are pretty cool I wish also that Samsung could bring back the S-minis, and the Walkmans could help boost Sony sales, but i don't see Sony mixin them again 'cause the Walkman line itself is so succesful rigth now by it's own
Though Lumias are pretty much lost cause, they are still unrivaled in audio recording, 3D&HAAC.
Walkman series phone that incorporate exclusively with spotify for providing Hi-Fi music.
Cyber-Shot smartphone that house at least 1/1.7" image-sensor and 12MP camera and powerfull LED-flash.
Nexus for the masses.
W550i = happy little boombox
K750i = a Cyber-Shot in all but name
N8 = Awesome and unapologetic
N808 = supercharged N8
N90 / N93 = Xacti was cool
N95 = overshadowed by the iPhone
Samsung D500 = Better than RAZR
KRZR = prettier than RAZR
O2 = the Samsung Note phones of old
7280/7380 = form over function - quite bad
N-Gage = lol
I still own Nokia 808 Pureview, N8, N95, C7, E71.
I would love to see a resurrection of Nokia 808 Pureview with today's top of the line hardware and Android One software .
Ah, Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman... the predecessor of my first android phone, Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman.
Good time, indeed. Its design (especially the black color with green accent) was phenomenal and steal the deal for me back then. (Yeah, before razer even starts popularizing the color scheme)
Still own 808pv N70 N9 N82 N8
Nothing can beat them even today in terms of durability camera
They were/are real smartphones.
Kiyasuriin, 15 Apr 2018Had*I still have all of them. ;)
I think Nokia had the best AOD so far, starting with symbian.
I would love to see LG G flex phones back. they were unique and quite distinct from the usual rectangular slabs. LG - are you listening?
u guys forgot couple of phones tho
1-SE xperia X1, with its trackpad, in my oppinion, till this day one of the most beautiful devices ever made
i miss the side slide keyboard, phones wasnt simply huge and could fit in one hand and when companies actually made an effort to make their phones beautiful instead of just stealing ugly iphone design ideas, when phones were a lifestyle and kinda fahion statement not only a tool