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What Was Your Very First Cellphone?

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My first cell phone Ultra classic (Motorola) . these have nice feature and lookwise is cool.

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First was a Nokia 3310 followed by a 3510

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Nokia 3210

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Sony Ericsson W710 :p

I'm from a younger generation then most people here xD

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Good ol' Motorola V600, then it was a...Motorola Razr something or other :p First phone in 2006 or something :D

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Motorola v120e was my 1st cell phone.

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An old Sagem RC 715, passed down to me from my grandma when I was about 6-7. surprisingly, until this day, this phone still works fine.

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A good old Bosch phone :p

I think I've still got it somewhere.

I had 2, the first was orange but it broke, then I got a see-through one.

That was mine too! If you still have it... any way that I can get the message tone? It's three beeps, rising in pitch...

Actually, I might just re-record it on my synth or something.

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Good Ol' Ladykiller Nokia 3310

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The one i have now, a Tracphone. I never had interest in such nor needed one, i decided to get one for emergencies

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This:

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OMG! But where ARE THE NUMBERS?!?! Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

 

 

You don't need any number with that. Just need to be really close and people understand the message really quickly ;)

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Wow... I don't even remember what it was.  It was hard-wired into my truck.  A T-100.

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Motorola Talkabout, the blue version... I think I was about 15 then and it was the first affordable mobile phone, hence the 100 meter long line on the first selling day, where I waited with my grandmother for 1,5 hours to get it :) I was so jealous of my friend who got the black version which looked soooo much cooler :P 

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from:

 

http://nokiamuseum.com/

 

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Some motorola thing about 1997-98 I think. Can't remember what model but it looked close to this. From what I remember it held 10 text messages at a time and had a phonebook but that was about it.

 

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Ericsson T18s

http://www.gsmarena.com/ericsson_t18s-116.php

 

very robust, looked very good and had suberb battery life.

 

then i had an Nokia 7110, hottest phone for months :woot:

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Bosch 608. Easiest phone I've ever used.

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HAHA! Mine is also Nokia 5110. It was the cheapest at the market that time and I was still in high school >:)

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I was coolest kid in class because i had Phone with colored screen and camera :p

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How good was the Camera? Was it 2 Kilopixels?

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This was my first phone and I still have it. It was a very good phone, too bad it probably will not work with my network

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First phone was a Motorola StarTac 3000 in 1996. Right-most one in my phone collection photo -

1996-2007

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