Shreya Technologies Started The Discussion:
Hi All,
Cellphone has become an integral part of our life, but we never know whether the phone used by us is impairment to our health.

I have come across with this info and thought of sharing with you all. You can use this tips while buying a new phone or have a check on your existing phone. I have tested this with my NOKIA and Motorola phones, its working fine. Kindly put your remark once you try on your cellphone and give your feedback, specially other mobile phone manufacturers (Samsung, LG, HTC etc. etc.)



Posted 2nd May 2009 From India, Mumbai
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Shreya I have checked my mob Its manufactured in finland and quality is good. Thanks for the posting
Posted 2nd May 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Achyut,

One can never think that there could be such a simple way to figure out such complex information. I tried it with my Sony Ericsson...mine is Finland manufactured too!! Interesting and useful indeed.

Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Gurgaon
Hi, I think it is very useful for all......... Comment Please........
Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Madras
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Good posts guys.... This will certainly help a lot of people to know more about their mobiles and their quality...
Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Faridabad
I would still like to have the basis of this identification trick. I found out "00" but my phone is not upto the mark and I'll soon be throwing it out of the window. Further, I believe, most of the mobile phones are made in China.

Achyut, please clarify.

I reckon, that the IMEI no. which appears by pressing *#06# key is just a unique code of your phone instrument and to cross check with the number on its container / box, to say it is original.
Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Delhi
Make a note of these IMEI numbers.. it will be useful to file a case if you lost your mobile
Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Coimbatore
very intersting findings. suprise is that the phone shows the origin to be hungary but the digits tell finland! :grin:
Posted 6th May 2009 From Tanzania, Morogoro


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