likes Nokia ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 47.06% conservation
⋅ since 2002 •
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Background color in phone container represents the user own rating.
Green is a like, red a dislike.
Bolded devices name means that those are still owned by .
Main mobile means that device is still owned by the user (and "year to" is not set or 0)
Short reviews of owned phones
My favorite iPhone. Finally back on iOS ;) Still waiting for iOS 6.1.4 Jailbreak.
Yup, my first Windows Phone device. I didn't owned it for a long time because it didn't had that much software. But the Phone itself is really cool.
My second Android Device. It had Android 4.1 and the new TouchWiz UI installed.
The Samsung Galaxy S II was my first Android phone. It had Android 2.3 and it was really good for that time.
My first iPhone ever. It was totally awesome.
Best Nokia multimedia phone i ever had.
The Samsung F480 was my first Phone with touchscreen, but it was horrible. Bad OS and software. The scrolling was reversed, so it took me about 5 Minutes to find the right contact in the list.
My first Cybershot phone. The Camera was perfect for that time.
The Motorola E770 had the best Speakers for that time.
My first Outdoor Phone.
My first Phone :)
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
countergame's top choice is
with Nokia 3 likes from a total of 5 mobiles.
countergame's most conserved brand is
with a total of Samsung 6 owned devices (35% of total phones), countergame is still owning 2 of those phones
(33 % of total Samsung owned mobiles).
countergame still has
8 of a total of 17 owned mobiles representing 47.06% of total.
countergame's first device was a
Nokia 3330 owned in 2002. countergame still has the cell phone.
Rate of change
By average, countergame changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.31).
In time countergame got mobile devices from the following brands:
(6), Nokia (5), Apple (2), Siemens (1), Motorola (1), Sony Ericsson (1), LG (1).
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