Technology is always evolving. The phones and designs you have today will completely change in a few years. Just like the designs we had in the early 2000s seem so strange now. A thread about this is now going viral and making netizens nostalgic. Started by Twitter user Gerry McBride, the thread focuses on various phone designs from the early 2000s. “This thing was ideal if you needed to take pictures of Russian documents while you were undercover in Moscow. on it like it’s a t-shirt,” the Twitter user wrote while sharing a bizarre model. more like a walkman.
Think of the models with the most bizarre keyboards, the wildest flips and cameras on the back to take pictures. If not, check out this thread and take a ride down memory lane:
This thing was ideal for when you had to take pictures of Russian documents while you were undercover in Moscow also yes that’s a label on it like it’s a t-shirt pic.twitter.com/XGc302ubGk— Gerry McBride (@GerryMcBride) November 13, 2022
“What am I missing? Let me know. Anyway, I really miss phones with moving parts. Maybe that’s why I always get a case for my iPhone that makes it look like a little leather book/wallet,” the user wrote as he explained to others asked to share his phone designs.
“I had another 3310 and then I went for the Sharp GX10, and boy did I think I was hot shit with this thing. Yes, he takes pictures. COLOR images. Notice, just stand there. Don’t move. Okay, two seconds, don’t move. Don’t worry, you’ve moved. Well, it’s blurry, you moved!” the Twitter user wrote, sharing a flip phone.
One more – here’s a phone I had, the Sony Ericsson W995. There’s nothing really unusual about it, the slide-out keyboard etc. But it had a little kickstand that allowed you to prop it up to watch videos! isn’t that what?! Where is that innovation now?! pic.twitter.com/xSjw7Vfxi6— Gerry McBride (@GerryMcBride) November 14, 2022
This is what people shared:
It was a nice, solidly built phone, it was the last non-iPhone I had. It had that mirror screen and competed in the ‘girl phone’ market with the Nokia 7373. Before that I had the beautiful shocking pink Motorola Razr pic.twitter.com/hnjpQ6pL4W— Cathryn Fraser (@cathrynfraser) November 14, 2022
What phone did you use in the early 2000s?
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