LG G3 - I don't know if I should be happy, or depressed, that my list of personally-owned phones has reached 60 devices...
Nokia E75 - A weird, candybar Nokia running Symbian that also had a horizontal-sliding physical QWERTY keyboard underneath. Tried to like it a lot, but, ended up hating it.
Nokia 6822 - Forgot about this. One of my favorite ever Nokia phones. That keyboard made typing messages so easy.
Palm Pre - The Pre and its operating system, webOS are the ultimate example of unfulfilled potential. Hardware left a lot to be desired, but it was a great start from Palm that never amounted to much.
Motorola RAZR V3 - One of the most iconic phones of all time. It was so vastly different to anything on the market and caught everyone's attention.
Palm Treo 750v - A classic Windows Mobile phone with a great physical keyboard.
Ericsson R380 - A retro smartphone from 2000. Underneath the keyboard is a long, monochromatic touchscreen. Pretty awesome for its time.
HTC One (M8) - Following the original HTC One was never going to be an easy task. But HTC easily accomplished it with the M8. It's easily the classiest Android phone on the market.
Sony Xperia Z2 - Sony's finally made a quality Android phone. It has an amazing camera, great battery life, and the display has none of the coloration problems of previous models.
Apple iPhone 5s - My daily driver.
Apple iPhone 5c - In the short time I owned it, I loved using the iPhone 5c. But, I needed cash for the iPad Air and so I sold it. I couldn't part with the 5s.
The latest. Loved using it so far. Great stock Android experience. Very reliable, and stupidly good value for money.
HTC One - HTC's best ever phone, and bar the iPhone, has the best build quality on the market.
BlackBerry Z10 - I was in love with this phone for the first month. But, the poor camera, glitchy software and low number of quality apps meant I soon got bored of it.
Apple iPhone 5 - Elegant, beautiful, powerful and precisely engineered. There's little I don't like about it.
Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III - I only had this a couple of months before getting bored. I didn't like TouchWiz or the plastic body
Apple iPhone - I bought this just over a year ago. It's an iconic device that changed the whole smartphone landscape, and for that reason alone will not be sold.
HTC One X: Latest device.. great piece of hardware.
Forgot to add this.. great phone. Shame there were no useful apps available.
Motorola RAZR XT910 - Not had enough time with it to gather my thoughts fully.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus - My favorite Android phone of all time. If it wasn't for the fact that I run an iPhone blog, and have everything in Apple's ecosystem, I would have kept this. Amazing smartphone.
White iPhone 4S - Natural upgrade to my iPhone 4. Blended seamlessly back in to my life...
BlackBerry Bold 9780 - Another great device from RIM, sold it, didn't offer enough over the 9700. Free upgrade, lost nothing.
White iPhone 4 - The "Unicorn" phone, launched almost 10 months after the black one. Looked much better than its black counterpart.
Nexus One - Stunning Android device. Couldn't get on with the onscreen virtual keyboard. Had no ounce of desire to root, or customize. Sold it after a few months.