likes Nokia ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 23.81% conservation
⋅ since 1999 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
My current (and most-used) phone. Good battery life, great screen and very loud rear speaker.
My current 2G backup phone.
Excellent value for money handset. Now owned by my mother. I still love Windows Phone, though!
Brilliant camera quality, intuitive user interface. Solidly-built and excellent call quality. I would buy another.
Still use this phone occasionally, despite TouchWiz being aesthetically challenged.
Dropped once from a height of around three feet onto a hardwood floor, and the screen shattered instantly. Fragile device.
Loved it back in the day, but I am now no longer interested in iOS devices.
Survived many drops onto hard floors and concrete, and both layers of glass never shattered or cracked once. Very durable phone.
The phone which, by far, I used for the longest period of time!
My favourite non-touchscreen phone of all time.
I remember this phone having an excellent camera. Hated the resistive touchscreen, though.
Great camera and decent battery life.
Bought this phone solely based on its' appearance. Shame the screen was terrible and the whole phone got hot quickly while in use.
An i-mode handset used on the O2 network back in the day.
Still own and love this phone. Shame it doesn't work very well any more.
Got hot very quickly and had awful battery life. Huge device.
This was THE phone to show off to your mates back in the day. It was an extremely popular handset.
Loved the design, but hated texting on it.
My first 3G mobile phone. Terrible battery life.
Great handset, but unfortunately did not survive a single drop onto concrete. Died instantly. High-resolution monochrome display.
First touchscreen device. Had a built-in stylus.
Still own this little phone. For some reason I really like the design.
My first ever mobile phone.
Possibly my second ever phone. Very simple, decent battery life.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Nathan Preece's top choice is
with Nokia 5 likes from a total of 5 mobiles.
Nathan Preece's most conserved brand is
with a total of Siemens 2 owned devices (10% of total phones), Nathan Preece is still owning 1 of those phones
(50 % of total Siemens owned mobiles).
Nathan Preece also like
by holding Motorola 5 Motorola devices in
timeline (still has 1 of those) .
Nathan Preece still has
5 of a total of 21 owned mobiles representing 23.81% of total.
Nathan Preece's first device was a
Motorola M3788 owned in 1999. Nathan Preece no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Nathan Preece changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.40).
In time Nathan Preece got mobile devices from the following brands:
(5), Nokia (5), Ericsson (2), Samsung (2), NEC (2), Siemens (2), LG (1), Apple (1), Sony Ericsson (1).
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