Hang out with me as I unbox my first smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt.
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25 thoughts on “HTC Thunderbolt – Unboxing my FIRST smartphone!”
First Android Smartphone – LG Optimus One. Chose it over the HTC Wildfire and the original Galaxy as it had Froyo at launch which supported Bluetooth transfer natively. Still remember setting up APNs manually and paying for Poweramp Pro. Only music app with in built equaliser.
I thought the HTC EVO was the first 4G
My first smartphone was Samsung Omnia which was running on Windows Mobile 6.5
I had the htc thunderbolt 1 and 2
My 1st android was Galaxy Y. Rooted that thing and installed custom roms when I was in college.
My first smartphone was the Motorola Cliq XT lol
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My first phone was the Sony Ericsson w300i.
That must have been a really nice trip down memory lane for you.
I remember in 2012 I really wanted the HTC Evo but could not get it shipped to my location Canada I was pist 😄
Oh the nostalgia…my brother had this as his first smart phone while I had a iPhone 4 as my first
My mom got me the droid eris for Christmas after it came out, she handed me a wrapped box that was ringing and I flipped. I was so excited. I still haven’t had a phone that I loved that much lol
I had this phone it was great but omg the battery was awful if LTE was on.. lmao
if you consider Symbian UIQ as an OS, then my Sony Ericsson G700 was my very first smartphone
My first smartphone was the sony xperia z1, that SoC got stupidly hot as well
Honestly, my first phone was super crappy, slow and buggy, Ram management was poor for it's Android version, it was the Samsung discover, the cricket wireless version, with only 256 MB of memory, apps would literally take minutes to start, and playing and stopping music was so inconvenient, it would take a minute or two just to press pause, and the camera quality was so poor, but I had so many memories with that phone I still love it to this day, since it was my first phone I did enjoy having some features of a smartphone, and I like the small form factor if it fit in the size of my hand kind of like a palm phone
My first smartphone was Nokia N-Gage QD..
My first Android smartphone was Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570, remember when entry level smartphone only had whopping 384 MB and 3 inch 240×320 screen? Yea good time..
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This was my first ever phone back in the day lol
I would like smartphones with quickstands too!!!
First smartphone was a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime back when I was in 8th grade, am nearly 19 now
My first smartphone was symphony w25
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My very first smartphone was Samsung Omnia Pro which was runs on Windows Mobile 6.5
A girl I dated back in 06-08 had this phone. This brought back memories I didn't realize I had 😭.. I the Moto Q at the time (a Windows Mobile6.5 device) at the time it seemed so advanced.
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