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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

real talk 3310 >>>>>>>>>>>>

shame i never had it, got the 3410 though

REALLY wanted the 8310 though, i may cop it off ebay or sutin

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Guest Lens

which particular qualities of the 3310, or do You mean mobile telehones in general?

coz if You do, first mobile phone call was made in 1945

but if the 3310, then feel free to say why

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Nokia 3210 is more of an innovative mobile handset.

As it was the 1st mobile phone with an integrated (Concealed) antenna. 3310 is nothing.

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

i think he means more the impact it had

like EVERYONE had a 3310 i think i was the only one in year 7 that didnt have one

heads used to bring in the sh*t to type in to make 21 seconds into a ringtone

snake

them lil graphics used on the main screen made some money for a couple companies used to see that sh*t all the time in magazines

epic phone

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Guest haze-e

Lol @ pointing out what integrated means to him. Joketing.

I actually laughed.

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Lol @ pointing out what integrated means to him. Joketing.

I actually laughed.

lol i was being sincere. But since u pointed it out like that, I have to lol.

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Guest Lens

think the 3310 audience was the same one that previously had 5110 and 3210

in fact i think people bought more of both those handsets than 3310

anyway

Pioneer and Mistubishi both claim the first satnav for an automobile ( 1990 ), i have pictured one from each manufacturer to avoid argument.

34893-Mitsubishi-Pajero-Gps-Sat-Nav-W--Dvd-Tv-Radio-Bluetooth-Touchscreen-1.jpg

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

think the 3310 audience was the same one that previously had 5110 and 3210

in fact i think people bought more of both those handsets than 3310

anyway

Pioneer and Mistubishi both claim the first satnav for an automobile ( 1990 ), i have pictured one from each manufacturer to avoid argument.

34893-Mitsubishi-Pajero-Gps-Sat-Nav-W--Dvd-Tv-Radio-Bluetooth-Touchscreen-1.jpg

image_apreqIGweAX.jpeg

u know what im grateful to the US government lettin us use that sh*t for free, they could easily charge subcription fees for that sh*t

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

i think he means more the impact it had

like EVERYONE had a 3310 i think i was the only one in year 7 that didnt have one

heads used to bring in the sh*t to type in to make 21 seconds into a ringtone

snake

them lil graphics used on the main screen made some money for a couple companies used to see that sh*t all the time in magazines

epic phone

oh how could i forget the covers

that was a next ting

bare heads made money off this, ringtones, graphics, cases

sheez

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Guest Lens

they aren't lettin us use it for free. the manufacturers are paying them, that's why they're trying to push features such as "tom tom live" and the live traffic updates on people. but i kinda see what You mean, could just make the whole thing subscription,still

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

dunno u know, i cnt find any info that says manufacturers have to pay a fee

what i did find though is info that GPS systems could fail this year or next

and the EU system, galileo wont be operational till 2014

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TEARDROP NOKIA!!

HATED that phone with a f*ckin passion

so sh*t, swear thats what started off kids blaring f*ck*ng songs on the bus

and dont even get me started on the first £ phones, i had one of the first first ones some fat clamshell ting, lettme see if i can fin dit

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

f*ck knows what it was called

but this was it

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can only find tiny pictures on BBC news

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Guest faze

nokia still sell the most phones tho, just the reluctance to ditch symbian a long time ago has written them off in usability/functionality

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The U.S don't like Nokia

But pretty much everywhere else, they sell well.

C/S what Faze said, they stuck with Symbian for way 2 long

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