I got a new mobile phone yesterday. It's the Motorola V550.
This phone has zillions of features that my previous phones didn't, however, my favourite thing about this new phone is that it's a flip phone. I just love the flip style phones! It means I never have to worry about the keylock coming off and the phone accidentally making calls (used to happen sometimes with previous non-flip phones of mine). Also, it means I don't have to worry about the screen getting scratched when the phone gets bumped around in my bag.
My previous phone in Australia was the Sony Ericsson T68i. It was a very nice phone, but it was not a flip phone. I chose it mainly because it had bluetooth (for connecting to my iPAQ) and it was triband. My phone before that was the Motorola v3688. The v3688 is still the most stylish phone I've ever had and is one of my favourites, even though it doesn't have half the features of the T68i. Before the T68i and the v3688 I had a Motorola v2088. I chose this one merely because it was one of the free options on the mobile plan I wanted. Before the v2088 I had a huge chunky Nokia whose model number escapes me. I've never really been tempted by Nokia phones. I'm sure they've very good phones (so many people have Nokias!) but they are not very attractive or stylish. I've always found Motorola phones to be more aesthetically pleasing. :)
The user interface of my new phone is much more complicated than my previous phones. I guess this is unavoidable since it has so many more features. Interestingly, things that should have been easy to work out I found confusing (e.g. deleting a contact), whereas things that should have been more complicated (e.g. getting my iPAQ and my phone to talk to each other via bluetooth and transfer information) I worked out without any trouble.