likes Nokia ⋅ 1/2 years cycle rate
⋅ 33.33% conservation
⋅ since 1998 •
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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
Ugly look, but iOS, and has very good hardware.
ahhh, clear interface as like iOS.
Disleked the fuckin' good camera because it has a silly, unuseful photosoftware... I never could take a perfect photo with it. :( But its the softwares error.
Hate androids insability, hate, hate, hate.
So many times restarted itself, slow... grrr...
iOS, what ever could i say?
iOS, one of the most clear, most userfriendly interface!
I love this phone, it was a very good phone!
I love this phone...
It slide keyboard has to repaired sooo many times in my workshop. :D
the second Symbian nokia, with an idiotic keyboard! :D
it was my military phone... :D
no, this is not the Matrix phone, it's better.
has a button to slide down the flip from the keyboard. :D
Has to be repaired sooo many times...
hehh, we made custom roms for this phone :D
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Mega's top choice is
with Nokia 8 likes from a total of 8 mobiles.
In the bottom list of preference Samsung takes first place with 1 negative dislikes.
Mega's most conserved brand is
with a total of Nokia 8 owned devices (67% of total phones), Mega is still owning 2 of those phones
(25 % of total Nokia owned mobiles).
Mega also like
by holding Apple 3 Apple devices in
timeline (still has 1 of those) .
Mega still has
4 of a total of 12 owned mobiles representing 33.33% of total.
Mega's first device was a
Nokia 5110 owned in 1998. Mega no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Mega changes the cell phones
1 time per 2 years (raw 0.75).
In time Mega got mobile devices from the following brands:
(8), Apple (3), Samsung (1).
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