New Phone Feeling

The first cellphone I used was a flip phone Nokia. It was 1998 and there was this amazing experience of being able to call and tell someone I was on my way home. Of course, I’d turn it off in between calls to preserve the battery but it was a really cool experience.

The red LED letters were clear and there was some heft to it. It felt like a piece of military equipment and I marvelled at how I didn’t have to find a payphone.

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