In the history of my phones, I remember several good ones:
Sony Ericsson T290
My first phone ever. My father bought me this one because I was building a WAP site as a project for my school. “You can even connect it to a PC if you buy the USB cable” the seller said. Oh the memories. The only one that was a gift.
Motorola L7 and V3i
Probably the best ones before Android arrived. I used to be part of ModMyMoto forums to “hack” P2k system.
I will buy a V3i again.
Sony Ericsson k310
Everybody near me had one. Easy to get the keyboard broken.
Motorola Droid, my first smartphone. My mom, god bless her, went to Verizon on the release day to pick mine up while I was at school. It was because of this phone that I picked up my current phone (BlackBerry KeyOne) because I loved having a physical keyboard on a smartphone.
My first 3G and camera phone was the NEC 313 the battery life on it if I remember correctly was absolute awful, I only picked it due to a family member working in the Three store at the time so got a good deal.
After that I’ve had a number of phones can’t remember all of them HTC’s iPhones Motorola’s.
Mine died too after like a year (had it rooted unfortunately so no warranty). There’s something wrong with the motherboard, many die way too soon. Mine died when I had a flat and had to call road side assistance in the middle of nowhere…
Anyway, my first phone was a Siemens A52, then a Samsung Galaxy Europe, then a Samsung Galaxy S3, then a Nexus 5, then an LG G4, then a OnePlus 3T and as of a month ago I’m owning the Samsung Galaxy S9 plus.
The one I remember most would be the Galaxy S3, simply because it’s my first ever decent smartphone. The rest are great phones, but not all that different compared to the S3 if you compare it to the Galaxy Europe or Siemens A52 dumphone.
My first was a Motorola with Blue&White Display (oddly not black and white lol). Can’t remember the model though. My second phone was Sony Ericsson K770i
Today, even though I’m still young (I guess), I am kinda fazed at the fact 6 year olds own an iPad a Wii and an iPhone or other expensive Smartphone…and keep staring at it 24/7 like zombies. In Asia they have traffic lights at the ground (in form of glowing rays) to prevent people from run into cars when looking at their phones.
I think the most memorable would probably be the Blackberry Curve 8520, but that could be due to me having it during school and the “shenanigans” that occurred with it (making custom profiles on a friend’s phone so that SILENT was actually LOUD etc.). Near enough everyone around had the same phone, so good times were had
I had the Blackberry 8220 and 8520. Until a day, short after receiving the 8520, a couple of men got into the taxi that was driving me, covered me with a blanket and took all of my stuff. That day I was carrying both phones with me because I didn’t had the time to migrate the information yet.
Despite that, good times with the Blackberry Messenger