Anonymous, 14 Dec 2020Unlike the cars ;)You can thanked the Indians for that. Before it was acquired by Tata, they were very reliable and built like a tank. series I, II and III are still being used for off road driving.
Shubham, 13 Dec 2020Pretty dope. Nowadays all I see is just rectangular slabs with similar rears. Nothing that sta... moreCan't say I've ever updated my phone within a 2 year stretch, Never had a phone fail me yet.
Maybe because I stick with trusted brands instead of cheap chinese phones.
I had the Acer Ferrari 3000LMi laptop,
Used it for 12! years until one day .. the battery exploded (R.I.P)
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2020that phone was actually kinda cool. Water- and shockproofUnlike the cars ;)
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2020Land Rover ? Why name a phone afer an unreliable brand like that !that phone was actually kinda cool.
Water- and shockproof
Pretty dope. Nowadays all I see is just rectangular slabs with similar rears. Nothing that stands out. Every brand just copying competitors. Nothing new. No originality. That's why I have decided not to burn money by frequent upgrading phones. The max I'll use my phone is upto 2 years.
Phones these days are boring af. The old phones even if feature phones, were far more interesting then the junk we have today
YUKI93, 13 Dec 2020Just a matter of time before Mrwhosetheboss get those phones and unbox it.More likely MrMobile [Michael Fisher], with his YouTube series about old phones: "When Phones Were Fun". Way better than Mrwhosetheboss.
Just a matter of time before Mrwhosetheboss get those phones and unbox it.
In a similar vein. Porsche had branded Blackberry phones which were more expensive than the standard BB10 phones at the time. Internally, they used the same components, software, and screens, but had larger more bold housing and a more angled, flashy design. They also sold for about 3-4x the price of a BlackBerry 10 phone, which was already expensive compared to Android offerings at the time.
I say similar vein, because the Porsche who was lending his name to BlackBerry wasn’t affiliated with the car company as most people would believe, but was actually a guy who was descended from the Porsches of old, who had wealth in his own right from his family inheritance, but had nothing to do with the modern car company.
I still have my s1 kept as a spare still fully functional had it nearc12 yrs had to get a new battery but that's all