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Topic # 106950 3-Aug-2012 12:33
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Thanks to the brilliance of NealR and the lack of time for him to update his Blog, below are a few treasured memories of CDMA.

 




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  Reply # 666901 3-Aug-2012 12:35
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  Reply # 666928 3-Aug-2012 13:00
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Here is my oldest telecom phone, complete with owners manual and two spare batteries.  I lost the charger though.


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  Reply # 666936 3-Aug-2012 13:03
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I had the following over the times

Sumsung N105,N171
Kyocera 7135
Gtran 4020
Nokia 6585
Sanyo 7400
Apache
Treo 650
Nokia 6265
Blackberry 8830
Gtran 6210/3000
Sierra Wireless  AC580, C597

and i had many dealings with most of the others

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  Reply # 666937 3-Aug-2012 13:04
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I've had:
  • Samsung N171
  • Sony Ericsson T60c
  • Nokia 2125
  • Sanyo 8200



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  Reply # 666954 3-Aug-2012 13:21
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My personal favourite one has to be the Sungil SXP-1080... a standard "Desk" phone which is a Mobile Phone.

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  Reply # 666959 3-Aug-2012 13:26
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plambrechtsen: My personal favourite one has to be the Sungil SXP-1080... a standard "Desk" phone which is a Mobile Phone.


+1 Iv had not seen it untill this post but they look pretty cool.

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  Reply # 667302 3-Aug-2012 23:44
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I had a Nokia 3205 and 6275. Still have the former.
Although...some of those early CDMA phones were quite ugly-looking :O

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I once wrote some linux software to send SMS messages through the Anydata EM800....

And the A591 was pretty cool - the picture doesn't do it justice really, it had a pretty cool little single line LCD on the front of the clamshell that showed the calling number, and SMS messages. Sure, phones have had them since, but that was one of the first, and it was BLUE. So, awesome by default.




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  Reply # 667390 4-Aug-2012 11:33
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I have sitting in my drawer and cupboard a Samsung W531, Hyundai TX-115C, GTran 4050, Okta Touch, and last but not least the Sierra Wireless Compass 597. They've served me well over the years.

On the almighty XT network (or whatever we're calling it today!) I have a Nokia E77, Apple iPhone 4 and an Apple iPhone 4S (yes, I'm a developer in case you didn't guess by my buying minor upgrades).

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