likes Nokia ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 28.57% conservation
⋅ since 2000 •
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Green is a like, red a dislike.
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Short reviews of owned phones
Maximum power in 2013. 5 inches, full hd, half-day battery but you can do everything with it! Ultra screen, decent camera, fast hardware.
First android in my hands, pure beauty. Astonishing large screen, 8MPx photos better than everything so far. Great world of apps.
Cheaper and lighter version of 5800. Good symbian touch smartphone with long community support, lot of custom firmware and no problem with install. Too bad that world turn iphone when nokia was on top.
Simple slider with powerful hardware, fast for games, best for media, quick to call. Cheaper version of highend n95/n96 back then.
1000x times more amazing than any other phone on market. Expensive but only one with optical zoom and stabilization in camera!! large, heavy, self-defence device :)
One big dissapointment. Resistant low res screen, windows mobile, poor LG experience. Only photos was very good, but rest was weak.
First symbian - perfect operating system for a smartphone (back in those years). Applications, different shell, calendar, bussiness solutions. Slim and light, drop resistant. Perfect.
Amazing rotate phone with astonishing Sony cybershot camera. Large memory, quick interface, some java games in high-res 320x240 :D Finally mp3
Short history of use. Not better or worser than cx65, but nothing compared to S700 or E50. Just phone.
Awesome color display, java games. There was also a hack to access more memory. I could fit single mp3 (but unable to play, only mono AMR).
Awesome, first internet phone. Connected to PC as modem! WAP web sites. I loved it.
Because everybody wants a "Matrix"-like phone, too bad i got only 3110...
FM receiver, games. It was something :)
First mobile, single line display :D lol try to read/write sms.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Bri Hecato's top choice is
with Nokia 3 likes from a total of 5 mobiles.
In the bottom list of preference LG takes first place with 1 negative dislikes.
Bri Hecato's most conserved brand is
with a total of Sony Ericsson 2 owned devices (14% of total phones), Bri Hecato is still owning 2 of those phones
(100 % of total Sony Ericsson owned mobiles).
Bri Hecato still has
4 of a total of 14 owned mobiles representing 28.57% of total.
Bri Hecato's first device was a
Ericsson GA 628 owned in 2000. Bri Hecato no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Bri Hecato changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.00).
In time Bri Hecato got mobile devices from the following brands:
(5), Sony Ericsson (2), Siemens (2), Motorola (1), Ericsson (1), LG (1), Samsung (1), Panasonic (1).
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