likes Nokia ⋅ 2/year cycle rate
⋅ 15.38% conservation
⋅ since 2006 •
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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
Behemoth Device! Big, Fast, Sleek, Stylish! Sony did it. Now its 2014 and its still fast as hell! Maybe a bit big! But i love it!
Brilliant phone, lightning fast! Excellent Price!
My first and only Tablet, very good. Sold because wasn't using it very much.
UI was a catastropy, nothing worked good. Was not very pleased with the device.
Very Slow, but working. My backup phone.
Most non triumphant phone Nokia has ever produced. Screen destroied itself after two weeks, whilst i was writing an SMS.
Possibly faulty Unit, maybe to ahead of its time.
Best Phone i had ever had! Like a MiniPC in 2009. Radio Hotspot everything you name it! Great device!
Sleek stylish Phone! Really liked it!
Just a Phone! Back in the Days everything was so simple! I loved that one !
A Musicplayer with calling funktion ^^
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Onecton's top choice is
with Nokia 2 likes from a total of 4 mobiles.
In the bottom list of preference Dell takes first place with 2 negative dislikes.
Onecton's most conserved brand is
with a total of Dell 2 owned devices (15% of total phones), Onecton is still owning 1 of those phones
(50 % of total Dell owned mobiles).
Onecton still has
2 of a total of 13 owned mobiles representing 15.38% of total.
Onecton's first device was a
Nokia 3250 owned in 2006. Onecton no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Onecton changes the cell phones
2 times per year (raw 1.63).
In time Onecton got mobile devices from the following brands:
(4), Dell (2), Sony (2), Sony Ericsson (1), Huawei (1), LG (1), Asus (1), HTC (1).
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