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(OT) What is the oldest cell phone you have in your house?

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7th September 2014, 11:09 PM |#21  
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Smartphone? The HTC HD2
 
 
8th September 2014, 03:12 PM |#22  
Nokia. I dont know what model but it had the first quick change cover and the keyboard is crazy. 10 years+
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I got an old nokia 3310, i don't remember how many times and from how high it has fallen but is still working fine
9th September 2014, 09:41 AM |#24  
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Nokia and Sony Ericsson...
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I have Nokia 3310 and it's still working You won't find such a quality today xD
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Nokia 3310 Still working
10th September 2014, 03:31 AM |#27  
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Nokia 3310 Still working

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I have Nokia 3310 and it's still working You won't find such a quality today xD

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I got an old nokia 3310, i don't remember how many times and from how high it has fallen but is still working fine

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Nokia. I dont know what model but it had the first quick change cover and the keyboard is crazy. 10 years+

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Although, the 3310 probably would've reflected the bullet back lol...

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10th September 2014, 03:32 AM |#28  
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Smartphone? The HTC HD2

No, not just smartphones. Any cell phone.

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10th September 2014, 03:34 AM |#29  
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An ancient Sagem:

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I found it in my closet last week again. Funny, I used to moan about how it was a massive fridge and I wanted something smaller...

Fast forward 11 years...



Maybe you were complaining about the thickness? Now your current big phone is probably half the weight lol

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10th September 2014, 04:09 AM |#30  
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Maybe you were complaining about the thickness? Now your current big phone is probably half the weight lol

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Ironically, the sagem is actually 30 grams lighter , 135 grams vs 168 grams for the Note 3. I honestly didn't expect that.

Thickness, however, yes. 26mm vs 8.5mm...even compared to 15.6mm with my otterbox that's still a whole centimeter.

But what makes the difference really is the screen size. On the Sagem, only a tiny bit was useful, the rest was just rubbish shell. The Note 3 is almost completely useful screen.

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10th September 2014, 12:15 PM |#31  
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My dad's Nokia 3310. It doesn't work anymore, but I've still kept it with me.. Well you guys know the reason why!

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