What's Your Nokia?

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  1. pimentoLoaf macrumors 68000

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  2. doubleohseven macrumors 6502a

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    This was my very first phone...the Nokia 3315. Probably the most durable phone I've ever seen. :cool:

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    Six months later I got sick of 20th century technology, so I upgraded to the Nokia 6060.

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    I also had a Nokia 6230i...until a problem occured with the receiver...caller couldn't hear me, but I could hear them. Still a good phone though.

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    And now I have a Motorola W375.

    I personally love Nokia phones. IMO, they're the most easiest phones to use that are on the market (but the iPhone is not far behind!)
     
  3. pimentoLoaf thread starter macrumors 68000

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    My current one is the 6650, which upgraded the 6126 -- both from AT&T.

    The old phone was something my folks picked out a few years ago. Renegotiating their contract now that they've passed, I opted for something more capable (and bigger) that wouldn't slide from my hand during use. (Cells are getting waaaaaaay :eek: too small of late ...)
     
  4. QuantumLo0p macrumors 6502a

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    1208. $19 at Wally World.

    Bet you didn't see that one coming.
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  5. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic.



    I like mine. It's my first Nokia.
     
  6. Mr.Noisy macrumors 65816

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    ............

    Just finished with Nokia, maybe forever, but last 2 were Nokia 6233, I liked this one, kinda solid and worked well, then upgraded that to the Nokia 6500 classic, nice phone but flimsy, now ive jumped ship to HTC, and so far i'm very pleased with my Touch, will i ever go back to Nokia?:rolleyes:? I'd love to get a nokia 8310 but a modern version with a few extra features like micro SD and bluetooth, that was a pretty little phone ;)
     
  7. Dagless macrumors Core

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    Up until a few weeks ago I was using a Nokia 3310 because it was the only unlocked phone I had, didn't see any point in buying another. Did everything I wanted :) But the battery grew terrible so I unlocked my Razr V3 and use that now.
     
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    I had two nokia phones and i still have both and work perfectly.

    1. The good old 3315 still going strong after getting this back in 2002.
    2. I bought a 7270 back i think in 2005.

    Both phones still work perfectly. I moved away from the 7270 because there was no bluetooth option iR
     
  10. ikermalli macrumors 6502a

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    I've only had a 6133, but my favorite is the 6600 slide
     
  11. fireshot91 macrumors 601

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    For people with different models of Nokias (But in the class), do they all use the same chargers?
     
  12. Sesshi macrumors G3

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    N95, N96. Much better phones than the toy for twitterers that is the iPhone.
     
  13. lostfan916 macrumors 6502a

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    My very first phone was the 3310

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    I spent sooo many hours playing snake on that. Those were the days.
     
  14. Malfoy macrumors 6502a

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  15. Str8edgepunker macrumors 6502

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    I've still got an old 6230b that I don't use but I remember way back my dad really liked Nokia's. He had a 2160 and then a 6120 but then he went to a Motorola Startac. Oh well I guess. :D
     
  16. daneoni macrumors G4

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    Had an N80 once...wasn't the greatest of experiences tbh
     
  17. icanboogie macrumors regular

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    I am a 71er

    ..and so is my new phone, the e71.
    So far, its pretty nice. Battery is quite well, which is a reason I cannot have an iPhone right now,
    and It has buttons, which I like as well. Very quick access to everything I need. Plus, its really slim and very well built, too!

    iSync works so far. I've read of problems using multiple calendars if you want to mark a date on the phone other than personal, but maybe I can live with that.
    not having a 3,5 headphone output is a minus, though. Let's see If I can live with an adaptor I just ordered...

    OT: My most beloved smartphone was the Motorola Accompli. THAT thing had character....
     
  18. yoyo5280 macrumors 68000

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    N86 baby!...i really hope to get that someday!
     
  19. Cromulent macrumors 603

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    I disagree. I used to work in a mobile phone store and the Nokia N series phones went wrong all the time. It was a bit of a running joke really.
     
  20. powerdave macrumors regular

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    I've only had Nokias.. each phone I've had for 2-3 years. When I got my first, Nokia were miles ahead of the competition, they were user friendly and reliable. My 6100 was the business! It died so I had to replace it, and would have gotten the same phone again if I could. Battery life was excellent and it did just what I wanted, no camera bulls*** or extra stuff to go wrong.. it was a great phone.

    It's replacement the 6300 which I have two years is a dog... the software freezes, UI is lousy in comparison, keyboard can be a nightmare to use, battery life is poor... but it was brand new and cost a lot at the time, so I've been too stubborn to replace it just yet :eek:

    Considering an iPhone in the summer. I don't really need an expensive phone for how much I use it, but it seems like a nice gadget.

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  21. Vogue Harper macrumors 6502

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    I think they do all use the same chargers now - although later chargers charge the phone quicker. The only change to Nokia chargers was that they changed to a narrower pin around three years ago (with the new N-series phones I think).

    My Nokia journey started with the 5110 in 1998, then I got an 8210 in 2000. The phone I had after that is probably the greatest phone I have ever had the pleasure of owning - the 8850 (destined to be a design classic), I absolutely adored that phone. Thereafter I have had a 7250, moving to an N70, then an N76 and right up to date with the E71, the only one to match the build quality and beauty of the 8850.
     
  22. iMacZealot macrumors 68020

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    I have an E61, a 3250, a 6120 classic, a 6126, and an 1110i. The E61 and 6120 are my favorites (though my brother still has my 6120 about 2,000 miles away :mad:), but all of them are solid phones.

    Still, it's hard for me to part with my iPhone. I occasionally swap my SIM into one of those Nokias, but it's difficult to break the pattern of using my iPhone every day since I have absolutely everything on it.
     
  23. Signal-11 macrumors 65816

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    The 5210. One of the toughest phones ever made. Just worked.

    I've had various different organizations issue me ruggedized phones over the years but none of measures to the tough simplicity of the 5210. Though the GPS dongle on it's successor was nice.
     
  24. christ347 macrumors newbie

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    My first Nokia phone was Nokia 1108 but some how it was stolen now i have nokia 6500 slider and i am planning to buy the touch screen sensation Nokia 5800.
     

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