likes BlackBerry ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 5.00% conservation
⋅ since 2002 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
Touchscreen BlacbBerry slider Android phone? What?! Does that fit? It does. And with excellence!
The iOS phablet ... great phone, great camera, decent battery life, 3d touch, ... all in all a great phone.
Sony Android at it's best - Z3C is a great phone. Issue on the speed of updates, as usual for Sony. Great build quality and excellent camera! If only the battery lasted longer.
Pure Android at it's best - the Nexus 5 is a great phone. Fast updates, pure OS, and a decent build quality. If only the battery lasted longer and the camera was better.
Excellent phone, with an OS issue - WP8 never made it to WP9, slow on updates and a bit bulky. Camera was great though.
Great iPhone, small size, iOS all the way. Soon after iOS7, iOS8 it got sluggish and it became smaller in mind, since all the phones started growing :)
Ahh, the years of Windows Phone 7. Omnia 7 was one of the best WP7 phones. Unfortunately Microsoft moved on and the Omnia stayed behind.
An Android phone at the beginning of Androids ... it ran HTC's Sense overlay, the resolution was lame, but the phone itself was great, solid bulid and durable.
Great phone for the time ... physical keyboard, robust OS (Windows Mobile) and a decent build quality. It got trumped by lack of OS updates - Microsoft released Windows Phone 7 soon after, and X1 was not compatible with the update.
Touchscreen phone, UIQ3.0 with Symbian. Great little phone, with a stylus :)
Bussiness minded phone, with a great form factor and decent capabilities. But soon the S60 platform withered away.
Supposedly a great phone for the time ... but it had serious software issues (crashing non stop). Build quality was excellent, and the camera was interestingly placed.
Form flactor was interesting and the phone had decent capabilities. But soon the S60 platform withered away.
Mostly a gaming phone, but S60 series had a lack of good games, and internet connectivity was not so good back then. The strange form factor made it funny to call and write messages.
Great dumb-phone, excellent build quality, the colored screen was a speciality, it had decend battery life, pocektable size, no camera ...
Great dumb-phone, good build quality, stellar battery life, pocektable size.
Great dumb-phone, excellent build quality, stellar battery life, pocektable size.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Rok Lipnik's top choice is
with BlackBerry 1 likes from a total of 1 mobiles.
Rok Lipnik's most conserved brand is
with a total of Yota 1 owned devices (5% of total phones), Rok Lipnik is still owning 1 of those phones
(100 % of total Yota owned mobiles).
Rok Lipnik also like
by holding Nokia 6 Nokia devices in
Rok Lipnik still has
1 of a total of 20 owned mobiles representing 5.00% of total.
Rok Lipnik's first device was a
Ericsson T29s owned in 2002. Rok Lipnik no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Rok Lipnik changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.33).
In time Rok Lipnik got mobile devices from the following brands:
(6), Sony Ericsson (3), Apple (2), Ericsson (2), HTC (1), Samsung (1), Sony (1), Huawei (1), BlackBerry (1), Yota (1), LG (1).
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