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Hi MrMobile, Thanks for this video. I always enjoy your contents. I do have one request for you, Is there any way you could cover a video with Siemens Phones. Siemens phones were a big part of me growing up because of its affordable price point and packet features (compared to the other phones at that time). I've owned a Siemens SK65, which had a full QWERTY keyboard and with a X shape. Even though that phone was stolen, but i still miss that phone and had wonderful times with it.
i have the 5510 back in the day, its my first Nokia since i always been an Ericsson fans (and later Sony Ericsson), that 64mb is very usefull as a last ditch USB storage
the flaw is IMHO is the mp3, is not really mp3, more like custom (?) because you have to use Nokia's software to load your song, cant just drag and drop in Windows Explorer
but yeah, i love it very much
When I was 3-4 years old 2008-2009 my father and I went to phone seller.we knew that phone seller well one day he said to me do you want that phone and my father directly said no and he said I will gave him for free because its IMEI was expired on turkey and he gaved to me it's my first phone it was Nokia 5510 and i used for snake game
The Alias looks like something right out of a game like Perfect Dark or any number of scifi books, and I love it! Thank you for sharing these amazing designs and music references alike. I would seriously adore seeing this sort of idea come back, and I miss the remarkable messaging phones I used to have. Still better than a touch keypad!
Great series! I fell behind because I stopped seeing them, but I'm glad to be back! That last phone is truly remarkable! It's a shame to see so much innovation killed so quickly. A part of me wishes we had a few more years of these phones, and another part is so glad they're gone.
I absolutely ADORED my Nokia 6820. And it’s TRUE: I upgraded to a Sony Ericsson with a 3.2 MP camera with Karl Zeis optics and a Xeon flash! (I only upgraded because the function keys around the outside of the screen on the 6820 failed one by one) This series is amazing. Thank you for these videos!