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If the brick phones would be the pocket watches in its evolution, I guess the Ericsson 388 and 688 from the early 90's ( my first mobile phone ) would be the trench watches and earliest wrist watches, so would be the Nokia 8110 from the mid 90's. I remember the ad from 1994 advertising the 388 as the smallest cell phone on the planet :)I still love the melodies the early classic Nokia ( which sounds like a song from the records )and Ericsson rythms, sounds like a low beat wrist watch.


Post some opinions and your oldies with oldtimers:

So here are mine with their matches :)


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Had the edit melody option,sweet:)

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And one 8110i challenged by our dog

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Well, my own cellphone is only a little younger than that one (monotone display, no downloadable ring tones, no internet, no games.....) but since I only ever switch it on when I want to use it ("Don't call me, I'll call you!"), it suits me fine! b-)

Hartmut Richter
 
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