Happy returns of the day team GSMarena.
so when are you planning to change the look of the website?
we need change right?
i though that would be a good birthday gift to yourself!
keep up the good work
Those two Nokia 7650 in the middle of the frame. Such a cool phone.
Happy Birthday GSMARENA! Thanks for all the great reviews and news over the years that has been a great help for choosing devices over the years! Here's wishing you many more years and every success!
You almost made me cry... I remembered Motorola brick size phones star tacs and nokias 5110 and 3310. Those were good phones.
Keep up the good work. Long life to GSMArena
Its a shame to see all the pioneers of mobile phones are either gone or struggling to survive,back then there were some amazing ideas and pretty cool designs...now they look alike,safe slabs all uniform in design...
Happy birthday, GSMArena. You've been my dependable source for everything mobile phone for the past 8 years. I read the Samsung U700 review on here and I was hooked. I wish you many more successful years of unbiased mobile reporting to come.
Happy birthday GSMArena, and also thanks for the nice video review, lots of memories were coming back by seing those old phones :D
Nokia's first 3G phone was the Leaf-shaped Nokia 7600, if I'm not mistaken
Happy birthday GSMArena! Been reading this site for about 8 years now. Thanks for all the articles and looking forward to more. Great job with the video. So many memories...
Could you guys do an extended version of this beautiful video? Please go on until Android kicked in, please.
Happy Birthday to all GSMARENA team. It's our phone reference a long time ago. Thank you.
Excellent video. I had so many of them in my hands and owned a few myself too. And visited GSMArena ever since I got the internet (although for some reason no one could visit the Nokia N8 comments section lately). Happy birthday. :-)
(btw it's Nokia 7650 not 6750)
Greetings from Estonia!
You guys keep up the good work.
Always been a Nokia fan but when the Motorola V3 arrived I lusted after it but sadly couldn't afford it. My 1st smartphone would have been the N70,great phone as well, I wish Nokia would have further developed the N9, hell even continue developing Symbian don't mind it on my N8 or 808 pureview.