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Yods be silent!
Join Date: Feb 2003
What phone was this!?
I have a list of the mobile phones I've had over the years. However, for the very first mobile phone I owned, I don't know what it was, and all I have is a blurry image.
Its attributes are clear (small stub on top, curved surface in the center, monochromatic screen), but the brand is illegible. I got it in 2003, but it was cheap at the time, so it may have been an older model.
Google has me drowning in all feature phones ever, so I'm relying on human memory. Does anyone have a clue which phone this is?
Reddit to the rescue: it's a Sendo J520 or J530 (practically identical phones).
May the Yods be silent
Last edited by twonha : Mar 4, 2018 at 08:58 AM.
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