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    Talking List every cell you have ever had.

    Not sure where this should go..but I thought it would be fun to list every cell phone you have ever had.

    1. Samsung a310
    2. LG VX8100
    3. Samsung Alias
    4. Blackberry Storm
    5. Motorola Droid
    6. HTC Thunderbolt

    What are yours?
    By the beard of Zeus!
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    Welcome kristykat182 way to many to list, but I was a windows user, then BB, now Android.
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    Numerous nokias, Motorola v551, v3, v9, BlackBerry 8300, 8310, 9000, palm 700 and now Samsung captivate!

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    Tons of phones

    Nokia 6120
    Nokia 8290 or 8230 (cannot remember)
    Motorola V70
    Nextel i95
    Nextel i85
    Nextel i90
    Nextel i730
    Nextel i850
    Nextel i830
    Samsung MM-A940
    Palm Treo 700WX
    LG Chocolate
    BB 8830
    Motorola Q
    LG Voyager
    BB Storm 9530
    BB Storm 9550
    Motorola Droid X


    Nextel list would be shorter if it were phones I bought. I remember going to the service center to get my phone fixed and I would ask for a loaner phone. They would give me either i90/i85/i830 and when I go back, they never ask for them back. I'm not gonna say anything if they weren't.
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    Motorola V70
    LG Voyager
    BB Storm 9530
    Motorola Droid
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    Motorola Rzr
    iPhone 1
    Blackberry Bold 9000
    Blackberry Tour 9560 (I think that's the number, lol.)
    Epic 4g
    Nexus S 4g.
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    Prepare yourselves, this is going to be a long post:

    Nokia 3300
    Some sprint samsung candybar
    Palm treo
    Lg vx6100
    Lg chocolate
    Blackberry pearl
    Samsung D600
    Lg vx8700
    Lg vx9700
    Lg voyager
    Lg chocolate flip
    Apple iPhone 3G
    Motorola DROID
    Blackberry tour
    Blackberry storm 2
    Apple iPhone 3GS
    Blackberry bold 9700
    Apple iPhone 4
    Google nexus one
    HTC evo 4g
    Tmobile mytouch 4g
    Google nexus s
    Verizon iPhone 4
    Palm pre
    Palm pixi
    DROID x
    Htc thunderbolt
    Tmobile g2x
    Htc sensation
    Htc hd7 (for 10 minutes)
    Samsung DROID charge
    DROID x2
    DROID bionic
    DROID incredible 2
    Soon to be htc DROID incredible HD

    So yeah, lots of phones. As long as I can afford to, thanks to eBay, I'll keep changing depending on whatever suits me at that time.


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    I don't remember the models

    Motorola StarTac
    Some Nokia candybar
    Sanyo candybar
    Motorola RAZR
    Motorola Q9C
    BB Curve 8330
    HTC EVO 4G
    HTC EVO 3D


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    Samsung Juke
    LG EnV
    Motorola Droid
    HTC EVO 4G
    Blackberry Tour 9630
    iPhone 3GS
    Samsung Captivate

    Future phones:
    HTC Inspire 4G or Nexus Prime
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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid800 View Post
    Prepare yourselves, this is going to be a long post:

    Nokia 3300
    Some sprint samsung candybar
    Palm treo
    Lg vx6100
    Lg chocolate
    Blackberry pearl
    Samsung D600
    Lg vx8700
    Lg vx9700
    Lg voyager
    Lg chocolate flip
    Apple iPhone 3G
    Motorola DROID
    Blackberry tour
    Blackberry storm 2
    Apple iPhone 3GS
    Blackberry bold 9700
    Apple iPhone 4
    Google nexus one
    HTC evo 4g
    Tmobile mytouch 4g
    Google nexus s
    Verizon iPhone 4
    Palm pre
    Palm pixi
    DROID x
    Htc thunderbolt
    Tmobile g2x
    Htc sensation
    Htc hd7 (for 10 minutes)
    Samsung DROID charge
    DROID x2
    DROID bionic
    DROID incredible 2
    Soon to be htc DROID incredible HD

    So yeah, lots of phones. As long as I can afford to, thanks to eBay, I'll keep changing depending on whatever suits me at that time.


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    I like the "for 10 minutes" part Lol
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    Quite a few old Nokias that I don't remember...

    Then a motorola flip something or other...

    LG Rumor

    Palm Treo

    Palm Pre

    HTC Evo 4G

    Soon the iPhone 4S
    ......posted from something made by Apple!
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    Nokia 5160
    Nokia 5165 (faceplate and midi ringtones, baby!)
    Nokia 6xxx (don't remember anymore)
    Samsung generic flip phone
    Samsung upstage
    Sidekick II
    Samsung Rant
    Blackberry 8330m
    Blackberry Bold
    LG Optimus S
    HTC EVO 4G

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    Sanyo flip phone (NO camera)
    Same as above but with a camera this time
    LG Rant (not terrible for a feature phone)
    LG Rumor Touch (piece of JUNK)
    LG Optimus S
    LG Optimus S
    LG Optimus S

    Those last two are refurbs and yes they count
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    Inactive
    Ericsson T28 World
    Kyocera Oystr KX9d
    Kyocera K132
    PCD Arc
    T-Mobile Tap
    T-Mobile myTouch Q

    Active:
    In Use as Wifi device at home:
    Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G

    Active:
    Google Nexus 4
    Google Nexus 7 (2013)
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    I might miss a few, but here goes, with commentaries:

    WinMo:
    HTC TouchPro2 (My first smartphone and last Windows phone, do like some of the PocketPC features though. $350 on Sprint contract, a choice I regretted later when I realized the cheaper HTC Hero was so much better. This was my last time I was on contract as well, after that it's all prepay.)

    Symbian:
    Nokia N97 (bad, couldn't get used to Symbian interface)

    Maemo:
    Nokia N900 (one of the best smartphone I ever owned, a true linux device, very durable too. True stereo speakers, Carl Zeiss lens, dual LED flash, 32GB internal storage and microSD slot, support Adobe Flash, offline Maps, that gives the Nexus 5 a run for it's money while being 4 years older.)

    Android:
    LG Optimus M
    Samsung Indulge
    Motorola Triumph
    Samsung Galaxy S 4G (This one is different from the original Galaxy S despite appareance, not as supported by roms devs, not recommedend.)
    Samsung Nexus S (Absolutely horrible camera, not the same as in the Galaxy S. I like the curveness of it though.)
    HTC EVO 4G (and Design shortly) (Made me realized what a pain it is to bootloader unlock (losing warranty through HTCDev) and root HTC phones, hence the reason why I don't buy their phones. Also I don't like how bloated Sense is/was.)
    Samsung Galaxy S II T-Mobile - (Disappointing compared to the unlocked version, its CPU though clocked faster, performed slower. Lacks Wolfson DAC so not good audio quality.)

    Samsung Galaxy S II (Excellent, a milestone for me, huge increase in hardware. From this device onward I only buy sim unlocked phones or carrier branded phones I can unlock, and only GSM phones onward.)
    Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 (Paid $850 to import, most money I ever spent on a phone. Excellent device, very durable despite large size, can't say the same for Samsung phones today.)
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it was the first Android phone with 720p screen, great phone, re-bought it twice, but its base on luck whether you get one with a good screen or doesn't have heat issues.)
    Samsung Galaxy S3 (Excellent device, but disappointed with build quality, this caused me to lose interest in Samsung, for now.)
    Nexus 4 (Love this phone, I like the way its built more than the N5 so I'm keeping it for now. However, 16gb storage space is killing me. Paid $250 for it so I'm completely spoiled by the price when considering new phones now.)

    iPhones:
    (Never bought one, though my family members uses it, but it never gave me real incentives to own one. Sorry just had to mention it.)

    Xperia Play (all three versions; ATT, Verizon and Unlocked)
    (2nd fav Android device of all time, it's the only one with a gamepad, unfortunately the hardware was outdated even on release date. My biggest Android wish is for Sony to release a second one. As long as it gets decent hardware, I don't care if it have bloated UI (which imo Sony UI is), locked bootlader, no updates, I would probably still buy it for the gamepad.)

    Samsung Galaxy S / Vibrant / Captivate
    (My fav phone of all time, owned a handful from different variants, but they are all quite similar, unfortunately sold or gave them away. Very compact, easy to sim unlock with root, MicroSD slot, very durable screen with good AMOLED screen quality for its time, still supported by devs to run KitKat even today, excellent Wolfson DAC audio quality, still to this day the highest quality sounding Android phone I used (with VooDoo-supported kernel to improve the audio), even better than the Galaxy S3 also with Wolfson DAC, S4 use a high quality Wolfson DAC as well, but auto upsample music to 48khz. Beside the screen, parts are cheap and easy to replace too.

    Two mayor flaws with the Galaxy S. The atrocious GPS signal, there are software and hardware fixes you can do, but don't even depend on it for navigation. And no front camera for Captivate and Vibrant variant (the Canadian Bell's Vibrant have one though, but never owned it.) Not aware of any version that have LED flash either.

    In the past the older CM roms for these phones had issues causing it to fail to dial 911, this issue have been fixed with latest version.)


    I have rooted every single Android I ever owned. I did not 'know' about Android first, I heard about "rooting" and that led me to getting an Android phone to root it and learning about Android afterward. I have never bricked one to the point that I can't unbrick it myself either. I also don't think I ever hated any Android phones I owned, some had really disappointing aspects that I dislike, but overall I have great experiences with the freedom and customization Android allows.

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