What was your first mobile phone?

eg2505

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Sony Ericsson z550 and z600 flip phones,
Nokia 3310
and here a goodie but oldie,
Erickson GA 628
 

livw88

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Siemens S10 Active - in this colour with a "colour" screen :cool:

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MirageF1

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aka The Brick

My mother still has mine in one of her drawers I gave her yonks ago (pre 2000) b4 I left for UK somewhere,she kept it as a backup for texting until a few yrs ago until whatsapp made sms's redundant)

Took it out a few yrs ago and charged it up,inserted a sim and it actually worked :)
The battery died shortly after bootup though :D
 

MirageF1

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And ...whilst rummaging through some old storage boxes yesterday I came across this from early 2000s :cool:


Nokia 3300a
Loved that phone..was so cool and trendy back then :laugh:
 

Mist4h20

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+1 for the ericsson ga628 I recall being impressed that the colours could change, was with MTN, unboxed it chose a ringtone and hardly used the thing iirc.

First Android was HTC Wildfire S, so tiny in comparison to todays phones and also no hard buttons
 

cavedog

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Nokia 3310 and Siemens A50.

Remember back then when the Motorola V360 was so popular. Everyone buying one and getting onto the Vodacom vlive apn to download free stuff or use the phone as a modem. Even the Samsung D500 with it's speaker. :laugh:
 

RuhanSA079

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First Phone: Nokia 5000, first RIM device: Blackberry 8520 and first Android device: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (hand me down)
 

SoTrue

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Siemens S1 since 1 April 1994. Still lying around somewhere in the house.
 

qscwbt

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1996 - Motorola. Can't remember the model exactly, but looked like this

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Motorola model 8200
Big and small battery flip phone with a pull out Antenna.
These phones was bullet proof.
 
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