The Mobile Phones of Doctor Who - Series 7

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To celebrate the upcoming series Doctor Who staring Jodie Whittaker, I'm attempting to chronicle all the mobile phones used in previous shows.

If you think you've spotted something that's not listed here, or think I've made a mistake, drop it in the comments.

You can follow along with all 10 series.

Rory - Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

New season, new phone! He's ditched his boring old BlackBerry, so what hardware is our favourite nurse packing?
Rory holding a white phone.
We only get a fleeting glimpse at this. And it's a totally obscure model. Blue volume buttons, bulging headphone port, central camera with offset flash - it can only be the Vodafone 555!
Front and back of the 555.
A phone so futuristic, it has a dedicated Facebook button...

Amy - Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

She's ditched the Red Nokia! Finally! Now Amy has this.

Amy holding a white touchscreen phone.

Seems to be a touchscreen - but which one? Only clues are a central camera and an offset headphone jack. It is almost like the Vodafone 858 - but Amy's is missing the rear speaker grill.

If you have an opinion, stick it in the comment box.

Angie - Nightmare in Silver

Neil Gaiman returns! But which phones has the wondrous wordsmith bestowed upon us?

Angie, Clara's young charge, lays down this beauty of a device.

Judging by the tiny space bar, the noticeable hang up key, and the offset d-pad, this is one of Samsung's cheaper models, popular with the teenage texter. The Samsung [email protected] 335.

Forward!

Will series 8 give us any more phones to identify? Tune in tomorrow!

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