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    8310 and 5210 I own, and any other phones I get for the time being from LED modding customers . :p

    I quite like the 5210, so I'm thinking of selling my 8310... PM me your offers :D

    Oh, and by the way, let me make a more comprehensive list of phones I've owned in the last two years... :D

    • 3210 (blue LEDs, done by someone else overseas)
    • 5110 (blue LEDs, done by myself) (had for about two weeks)
    • 6110 (blue LEDs, done by myself)
    • 8250 (stock)
    • Ericsson T28 (stock unfortuately :()
    • Sony Z28 (stock, quite ugly dunno why I bought it)
    • Nokia 8850 silver (stock, didn't have any LEDs at the time)
    • Nokia 8310 (stock, the white's quite nice already!)

    After getting the 8310, I've had a number of secondary phones for my other simcard:
    • 3310 with 3315 firmware (many combinations, whites and blues, done by myself)
    • 8210 with 8250 firmware (also lots of color combinations, with white, blue and red)
    • 7110 (I want one of those again! to try LED changing :D)
    • 6210 Cyber Silver with 6250 firmware (looks soo damn cool with whites creen, blue keypad!)
    • 5210 (currently stock, but will soon be white or blue once I find a place that sells 5210 genuine covers!)


    I'm pretty sure there's more to that, but for now, that's enough I think... They don't call me the phone []D [] []V[] []D for nothing :cool:
    Nokia phone LED modding info: http://www.tangcla.com

    My 2000 Toyota Corolla

    I see people bragging about 3DMark scores of 14000... meh, I managed to achieve that a year ago with a P4 1.6A @ 2.4 stock aircooled, Abit BD7-RAID, 512MB Samsung TCB3 with a Gainward GF4 TI4200 @315/620 :D

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    nokia 8890 & ericsson t68i

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    Kyocera 2135

    pdv
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    Nokia 7210 (beta - due out soon)
    Nokia 8210 (secondary phone)
    --jquirke

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    Panasonic GD92 silver model.

    Nokia 6210 was the last nokia phone I liked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahamut Zer0
    Nokia 6210 was the last nokia phone I liked.

    Dude -- why don't you buy one? Something like this: :D



    The only downside to the 6210 (and 7110 too) was the laggy menu system. Everything runs sooo sluggish! I'm still not sure whether it's software or hardware. I had a hunch that it was just a slow response LCD... who knows...
    Nokia phone LED modding info: http://www.tangcla.com

    My 2000 Toyota Corolla

    I see people bragging about 3DMark scores of 14000... meh, I managed to achieve that a year ago with a P4 1.6A @ 2.4 stock aircooled, Abit BD7-RAID, 512MB Samsung TCB3 with a Gainward GF4 TI4200 @315/620 :D

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    yeah dad got one of them

    the menu is fine on ours
    TT Original

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olie
    the menu is fine on ours

    They're generally ok, but compared to a 3310 or 8210, they're much laggier.

    JQ [jquirke] will verify this.
    Nokia phone LED modding info: http://www.tangcla.com

    My 2000 Toyota Corolla

    I see people bragging about 3DMark scores of 14000... meh, I managed to achieve that a year ago with a P4 1.6A @ 2.4 stock aircooled, Abit BD7-RAID, 512MB Samsung TCB3 with a Gainward GF4 TI4200 @315/620 :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangcla



    They're generally ok, but compared to a 3310 or 8210, they're much laggier.

    JQ [jquirke] will verify this.
    That's right the older large-screen phones are slower. This is not a LCD related thing - I think it's a case of the hardware being a bit too slow for the software.

    Remember the huge amount of processing a GSM phone has to do - GSM is a very complex specification - as is the audio codec used by GSM. UI tasks would have the least priority too.
    --jquirke

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    Currently i have the Nokia 8210, but next week I will be buying the 8310.:D

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