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Do you still remember your mobile phone history?

While browsing old Nokia phones, we can’t but think about the mobile phones we’ve had in the past. That said, we decided to take a walk down memory lane and list down our mobile history.

Smartphones 2017 • Do You Still Remember Your Mobile Phone History?

• Nokia 3310 (2000) – broke down
• Nokia 8250 (2000) – stolen
• Nokia 2100 (2003) – passed down
• Sony Ericsson T230 (2003) – passed down
• Nokia 3650 (2003) – swapped
• Nokia 6610i (2004) – sold
• Nokia 6230i (2005) – passed down
• Nokia 5310 (2007) – passed down
• Nokia E51 (2007) – passed down
• Nokia 5800 (2008) – sold
Samsung M140 (2008) – passed down
• Motorola RAZR Maxx V6 Ferrari Edition (2009) – broke down
• Samsung GT-E1080F (2010) – passed down
• BlackBerry Curve 9300 (2011) – passed down
• LG Optimus L3 (2012) – sold
• iPhone 4S (2012) – passed down
• HTC One X (2012) – stolen
• BlackBerry Torch 9860 (2013) – passed down
• Sony Xperia Z1 (2013) – passed down
• BlackBerry Z10 (2013) – passed down
• Cherry Mobile P1 (2014) – lost it
• Xiaomi Mi3 (2014) – passed down
• iPhone 5S (2015) – current phone
• ASUS Zenfone 2 Laser (2015) – passed down
• Vivo V3 Max (2016) – temporary work phone, returned
• Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime (2017) – current phone

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Based on my phone history, Nokia phones served me well in the first decade of 2000, then eventually moved to smartphones. I wonder if I’ll own a Nokia again in the near future. I also noticed that most of my phones were passed down, while others were sold or stolen.

How about you? Do you still remember your mobile phone history? Feel free to share in the comments below.

Author’s note: This article is an updated version of the “What is your mobile phone history?” published in 2013.

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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EasyE
EasyE
2 years ago

UPDATE this post pls. I miss commenting here

Anita
Anita
4 years ago

2006 lang ako unang nagkaphone :)

Nokia 3330 (2006-2007)
Nokia 6600 (2007)
Motorola L7 (2007-2008)
Nokia 6300i clone (2008)
“iPhone” Q380i china phone (2008)
Nokia 1600 (2008)
Nokia 5310 XpressMusic (2008-2009)
Sony Ericsson T650i (2009-2011)
Nokia X6 8 GB (2011-2014)
iPhone 4 (2014; reacquired 2016)
Samsung GT-E1200 (2014-2015)
Cherry Mobile Fuze S (2015)
iPhone 5 (2015-2016)
O+1.15 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy J2 DTV (2016-present)

Aj
Aj
5 years ago

I can’t say for sure the years when I had my earlier phones but I’ll try to list then all just the same.

1998 – Alcatel One Touch Easy (passed down)
2002 – Nokia 3310 (sold)
2003 – Nokia 5510 (lost)
2004 – Philips (I forgot the model; plus I don’t know what happened to it when I switched)
2005 – Nokia 8850 (passed down)
Late 2005 – Nokia 7650 (sold)
2006 – Nokia 3660 (passed down)
2007 – Nokia (I forgot the model also, but it’s a candybar-type phone; swapped)
Early 2009 – Nokia E63 (passed down)
Late 2010 – iPhone 3GS (passed down)
Late 2012 – Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (passed down)
2013 – BlackBerry Bold 9000 (secondary phone; passed down)
Late 2014 – Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (primary phone; passed down)
Late 2014 – Sony Xperia M2 (secondary; current)
3Q 2016 – Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (primary; returned)
Late 2016 – Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (primary; current)

Pat
Pat
5 years ago

2009 – Nokia 1100 – Passed Down
2010 – Nokia 5030 – LOST
2010 – LG something bar phone. – LOST
2012 – Alcatel OT-710D -SOLD
2013 – Lenovo A690 – Passed Down
2013 – Nokia 301 – Passed Down
2014 – Asus Zenfone 5 – Passed Down
2014 – Nokia 225 – SOLD
2016 – Samsung Galaxy A5 – LOST :((((((
2916 – Asus Zefone 2 4GB – Current

RogerL
RogerL
5 years ago

1997 AudioVox (some analogue thing from Mobiline) passed down
1999 Ericson A1018s – lost
2001 Philips Ozeo – passed down
2002 Siemens C35 – passed down
2004 Nokia 7110 – passed down
2005 Nokia 1110 – passed down
2006 Sony Ericson K700 – passed down
2009 Nokia 1200 – passed down
2010 Olive V-G800 – broke
2011 Myphone Q19i Duo – passed down
2013 Alcatel OT Glory 2 – passed down
2014 Alcatel Pop C5 – passed down
2015 Asus Zenfone 4 – passed down
2016 Alcatel OT Go Play – current

Jajuy
Jajuy
5 years ago

2007-nokia 1110i Still Working
2009-nokia 3310 Sold
2010-nokia 2600 Due Date Pawnshop
2011-nokia 3120 Passed down
2014 -Polaroid PROG400U Passed down
2015-Cherry Mobile Flare S3 Lite Fell on Tricycle
2017-Samsung Galaxy S4 Current

Jeff G
Jeff G
5 years ago

2004-2007 Nokia 3310 (borrowed/replaced)
2007-2012 Nokia 3200 (gift/replaced)
2012-2015 Arc Mobile Nitro 500d (bought/soft bricked)
2015-2016 Cherry Mobile Touch HD (bought/destroyed)
2016-2017 China Phone (borrowed/replaced)
2016-2017 Alcatel One Touch Pop C2 (borrowed/Current Phone/soon to be replaced)
2017- Oppo A39* (bought/ Soon to be Used)

Jeff G
Jeff G
Reply to  Jeff G
5 years ago

May kulang pala…haha

2016 Asus Zenfone 5

MeMyself&I
MeMyself&I
5 years ago

2003-2004 – Nokia 3210 (lost)
2004-2005 – Nokia 6210 (still working-shelved)
Sony Ericsson T210 (not working anymore
2005-2006 – Samsung SGH-250 (not working anymore)
2006-2007 – Nokia N95 8GB (not working anymore)
2008-2009 – Nokia 5320 XpressMusic (still working-shelved)
2009-2010 – Nokia N8 (still working-shelved)
2010-2011 – Samsung Galaxy Y (still working-shelved)
2012-2013 – Samsung Galaxy Note II (stolen)
Apple iPad 4th Generation (still working)
2014-2015 – Nokia Lumia 1020 (not working anymore)
Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (still working)
Nokia 101 (still working)
2016-2017 – Apple iPhone 6s Plus (still working)
myPhone Rio 2 (still working)
Nokia 105 (still working)
2017-present – Apple iPhone 7 Plus (primary phone)

MeMyself&I
MeMyself&I
Reply to  MeMyself&I
5 years ago

2005-2006 – Nokia 3220 (lost)
Nokia 1100 (not working anymore)

strike101
strike101
5 years ago

1998 – Motorola Microtac ( the last microtac model afaik )
1999 – Nokia 6150
2000 – Ericcson 2 liner text phone ( forgot the model)
2001 – Nokia 6250 ( damn bulky phone)
2004 – Nokia 3650
2007 – Sony P990
2011 – Samsung Galaxy Nexus
2014 – Samsung Galaxy S3
2016 – Samsung Galaxy Note 4

lol
lol
5 years ago

this is a nice little game lol

Nokia 5110
Nokia 6150
Nokia 3210
Nokia 3530
Nokia 6600
Nokia 6070
Nokia 5610 XpressMusic
Sony Ericsson Xperia X8
LG Nexus 4
Xiaomi Redmi 3S

AsuSony
AsuSony
5 years ago

can’t remember exactly the years, but here is mine
Nokia 1100 circa 2005 broke down, served well
Alcatel OT-C552 2006 broke down within a year, memory management, original bootloop. xD
Nokia 1600 2008 lost
Nokia N70 circa 2009 still serves as music player, lose sim cover bloated battery
Lenovo E156 circa 2010 home phone, yep staus at home, a feature phone that thinks it’s an entry level smartphone, because it lags while texting
Sony Xperia miro circa 2012 family contact, former main phone
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Kitkat (i prefer over lollipop, though the updater always bugs me about the newer version) 2016 my current main phone

Arkin
Arkin
5 years ago

I had my first phone when I was in first year high school
2002 – Nokia 5110
2003 – Nokia 3310
2005 – Nokia 1100
2008 – Nokia N81
2011 – Blackberry Curve 8520
2015 – iPhone 4
2016 – iPhone 6s (current)

Boy Malas
Boy Malas
5 years ago

2006-2007 Nokia 3310 (Brokedown: a-3-yr old secondhand phone from Ate)

2008-2010 Nokia 1208 (stolen)

2011-2012 Samsung E222 Chat ( stolen)

2013
– Galaxy Y ( stolen)
-Samsung E1200 (passed down)
– Myphone a848i duo (passed down)

2014 Starmobile Knight (passed down)
– Asus Zenfone 5 (passed down)

2015 Sony Xperia Z3 Compact ( passed down)

2016- Samsung Galaxy S7 ( Current Phone )

I started using mobile phone when I was in my Sophomore years in HS. Yeah, 3 of which were stolen hahaha

Boy Malas
Boy Malas
Reply to  Boy Malas
5 years ago

*year

Jess
Jess
5 years ago

1999 – Nokia 3810
2000 – Nokia 6110
2001 – Nokia 8250
2003 – Nokia 5510
2004 – Nokia 3660
2005 – Nokia 6600
2006 – Nokia 6630
2006 – Nokia 6670
2007 – Nokia 6233
2008 – Nokia N73
2008 – Sony Ericsson P1i
2010 – Samsung Star Wifi, LG Optimus One
2011 – Samsung Galaxy S
2012 – Samsung Galaxy SIII
2014 – Nokia Lumia 1520 , Nokia Lumia 730
2016 – iPhone 5s (current), Xiaomi Mi5 (current)

Can’t remember what exactly happened to my old non-smartphone mobile phones. My old smartphones are always sold to Greenhills mobile phone shops.

wewewew
5 years ago

2002-2003 Nokia 3330
2003-2006 Nokia 5210
2006-2014 Nokia N70
2014-Present LG G3

Imagine 8 years ko gamit N70. Natanggal at nawala lang yung scroll key kaya napabili ako ng G3. haha!

patatas
patatas
5 years ago

Nokia 3310 broke down?
You just lost all your credibility there.

Christian Noel Reyes
Christian Noel Reyes
5 years ago

ooh interesting topic! here’s mine:
1998 – 2001 – Motorola microTAC 9800x (borrowed / dad’s)
2001 – 2002 – Ericsson GA 628 (gift / stolen)
2002 – 2003 – Nokia 8890 (borrowed / mom’s)
2003 – 2005 – Nokia 3210 (gift / broke down)
2005 – 2006 – Nokia 7210 (borrowed / dad’s)
2006 – 2007 – Nokia 3660 (bought / shelved but still working until now)
2007 – 2009 – Nokia 5300 (borrowed / sister’s)
2009 – 2011 – Nokia 5800 (bought / broke down)
2011 – 2015 – Samsung Galaxy S2 (bought / shelved but still working until now)
2015 – PRESENT – Sony z3 Compact (bought)

K L
K L
5 years ago

mas bago ba yung redmi 4x?

John
John
5 years ago

1995- analog phone (forgot the brand) under PILTEL
(PLDT) first cellular mobile phone service in the country in 1991. It operated under the MOBILINE using analog technology.
1994-1998 – Nokia 2110. This was one really neat phone for it’s time – caller ID, ring tones, and SMS
ISLACOM introduced the first digital mobile communication service in the Philippines using GSM (Global System for Mobile communications) world standard digital technology in 1994.
theyre all useful, big and heavy has loud ringtone and earpiece and longer charging also faster low batt.

colormeimpressed
colormeimpressed
5 years ago

Nice. Very diverse. I’m both surprised and impressed by your phone history. I was expecting the more expensive and ‘shinier’ phones to populate the list but lo and behold…

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