Ericsson GH337 - I can't recall this one very well. It was a bit smaller and lighter and the charger plugged into the phone. Not sure what happened to it. Maybe it was disposed of in a phone recycling box. I think I received my first sms on this phone, sent by a friend from a computer to my phone.
Ericsson T10 - A dabble in the area of flip phones. A couple of people I knew at work had similar and invariably snapped the flip off. Amazingly it did not seem to matter. The phone still worked. Proudly, I never snapped the flip off. I gave it to a friend, who promptly snapped the flip off.
Ericsson T65 - This was a funny little phone. It worked ok. When I was finished with it, another friend asked if he could have it. No! It had Tetris installed and my new one did not. I don't think I ever played Tetris on it again, but I might have wanted to. I still have it.
Sony Ericsson K500i - Sony and Ericsson had hooked up and things just got better. This is the smallest and lightest phone I have owned. I still have it. Post the 2009 bush fires, people desperately needed phone charges to replace theirs that had had been lost, so we gathered up our old ones and posted them to an address, so I don't think I have a charger for it.
Sony Ericsson K610i - Still a smart enough looking phone, even today. It still works. I was charging it in case R's rels need a phone while they are here. You can see someone was thinking about on screen icons, selected by the small and fiddly joystick in the centre.
Samsung S8300 Ultra Touch - This one was a semi smart phone. While it had a slide out keyboard, you could also operate it by touching the screen. It is by far the most attractive phone I have owned. I so wanted one, but I did not want to pay the asking price, so I found one second hand through Ebay. I very nearly had my fingers burnt. The seller disappeared from Ebay just a couple of days after I received the phone. He did leave some nice photos of himself on the phone though. I still have it, and of course I was going to give to R's rels when they are here, but blow, I took the back off it and could not get it back on because the battery had swelled up. It is stuffed. Note, the name Ericsson has disappeared.
Samsung Galaxy S 19000T - My present phone. I like it but although I was happy with a couple of the changes, I wish I had not upgraded the firmware.
Must say though, I am getting itchy fingers again.