in the matrix they used the other model 8110, i still have the 7110 complete in box, near mint, one of my first phones
Last edited by mooseblaster; 08-19-2012 at 06:32 PM.
Huh. I always thought it was a 7110, especially since that was Nokia's big new phone at the time.
I love electronics like that- spring loaded mechanisms make everything cooler.
I had this old camcorder that had the worlds coolest cassette loader mechanism.
I'm now tempted to find a 7110.
All an old school phone has to offer is SNAKE! Damn good game.
I'm still using my htc thunderbolt and it still sucks. I need to get a new phone soon though, I was originally thinking the razr max for the battery life(which my phone currently lacks and then some) but that was a good while ago. Anyone know what is the best phone currently available on verizon?
I actually didn't- I took the whole thing apart (EVERY PIECE) and put it back together. Had to replace the casing
FYI- got the S3. Couldn't be happier, especially because I'll be switching and getting an unlimited data plan in December to match the phone!
You'd think the dual core version would be slow. Nope. It's speedy as hell, loads everything in a damn flash. 2GB or RAM is killer for a phone.
i am using LG GM360i for two years now, it is not a smartphone,
it doesn't have a OS, but it is a pretty great thing
Last edited by Francis88; 08-29-2012 at 06:21 AM.
I'm currently using one of these...
Just like the picture, a HTC One X. Changed from a iPhone 3GS earlier in the year. The iPhone was a buggy POS, which was forever crashing even without any apps/games on it. Wanted to make a call? Crashes. Want to listen to a song? Crashes. Load up Google Maps? Crashes.
It wasn't just my one either, my parents had the same issue with their ones after the iPhone 4 came out. Even with all three of the 3GS up-to-date without any jailbreaks or other stuff done to them, they just refused to work.
Only issue I've had with the One X so far is a faulty power plug but I had a spare one so didn't really matter.
Last edited by Lamont; 09-06-2012 at 08:32 AM.