Which cellphone do you own??
January 11, 2009 4:51am CST
Hi all... Everybody in this world owns a cellphone these days.. And its more than just a phone.. So, tell me, which one do you own?? Or which one are u planning to buy in the near future?? I own a Nokia N73 phone, and I am planning to upgrade to Nokia 5800 which has just been launched in the market, in a few days from now...
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11 Jan 09
Hi, I currently own a Nokia N-76 phone. It's a cool phone with innumerable features like Camera, Music, FM Radio, Video, LCD Display, Games, etc. But as a human is always unsatisfied, I am planning to buy an Apple iPhone 3G and have started collecting money for it. Regards, AJ-Rox
11 Jan 09
I would rather recommend you to go for the Nokia 5800 Express Music or the Nokia N97.. These are phones that have features that Apple iPhone can never boast of having in its kitty like 3.2 meg camera (iPhone has 2 meg), Video recording (iPhone-NO!!, don't know why!!), wifi (iPhone-NO!!) and qwerty keyboard (iPhone-NO!!)... Think about it... Regards...
27 May 09
I got the Nokia N85 the other week. It is a great little phone, except for one major problem. in order to get my photos off the phone, I have to pay an extra $11/month for the service and $2/photo! Is that a con or what? If it wasn't for the fact my old phone can't hold a battery charge, I wouldn't have got a new one.
18 Jan 09
WOuld you believe if I told you I am not really sure of what cell phone I have? I had a sony ericson before - don't ask me which - that I liked but didn't prove to be that good in the long run. I know have my daughter's old cell. It's a nokia... something. I am afraid I am not exactly a cell phone enthusiast. I find them important for their primary purpose which was to be able to use in an emergency. That's about it. A phone is not a camera, a music player, a video player, or the means to take zillions of calls that we ordinarily wouldn't - at least not like that - in places where we shouldn't. It's ... a phone. It isn't supposed to replace people talking face to face, it's not supposed to allow people to forget their manners and answer that call in the middle of sunday service, it's not replacing a camera/video camera, a tv or anything else. Am I ranting? LOL sorry I do get carried away by how people are being sidetracked by a single gadget That said, my cell phone - that is not even on a plan but a pay as you go - is a nokia, and my next one will be some other simple cell phone that I will use for emergencies or when a call is really important, but will not use to book my hairdresser appointment, call my neighbor to ask her how she's doing , surf the net or watch the last season of LOST hehehehe I guess I"m getting old :)
11 Jan 09
I still have my old Nokia 6288 however it broke down just recently and I'm only seeing a blank white screen. I am using a much older Nokia 3510 just to keep in touch with my contacts if needed. But I plan to have my 6288 repaired and would probably keep it longer if it doesn't get damaged again. Well, I plan to get an N series phone most probably N80+ but it could take more than a year for me to buy one.