Just wondering how early people here got into the smartphone game and was wondering where your smartphone roots are? I started on Symbian S60 (Nokia 7650) and UIQ (SonyEricsson P800). Ever since I bought my first smartphone, I was hooked and over the years have clocked up time on(with a few handsets I remember, this is not an extensive list!): Symbian S60 (Nokia 7650, 6600, 7610, N-Gage, N-Gage QD, N70, N74, N95, 5500xpressMusic) Symbian UIQ (SonyErcissson P800, P900) Windows Mobile (O2 XDA II, HTC Wizard) iOS/iPhone OS (iPhone 3G, 3GS, iPhone 4) Android (HTC Hero, Nexus One/S/Galaxy Nexus/Nexus 4, Galaxy S, S2, S3) Windows Phone 7 (Samsung Omnia 7, HTC Titan) WebOS (HP Pre3) Windows Phone 8 (Nokia Lumia 620) Quite a few £££'s spent on handsets and different platforms. Primarily, I am an Android user today as the whole OS fits the bill of my old Windows Mobile tinkering days with modern hardware and (for me) it is the most functional OS. Having iOS and Windows Phone 8 at my disposal is a great thing to have and I am lucky in doing so though. Still, despite all the general hate there was towards Symbian, the Nokia N95 is still my favourite phone of all time. The camera, the hardware, the Nokia services (Nokia Maps was fantastic), the memory expansion.. The phone that had it all and one of the few phones I kept until its dying days. Anyone else interested in sharing where they've come from, where and why they are now with regards to a smartphone platform? Will be interesting to know where all sides have come from!