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|Ericsson JB988 - Tomorrow Never Dies|
The first cellphone used by Bond in the films. A beautiful piece of work by Q, this special phone was packed with some very fine extras that all came in handy throughout the film. It remains the only cellphone to be obviously modified by Q, so far.
| Sony Ericsson K800i - Casino Royale|
Throughout the film, Bond uses this phone a few times, most notably to call Carlos, whom he lost coming out of the airport.
Carlos uses another one to detonate the bomb he placed on a fuel truck to destroy Skyfleet's new prototype, not knowing that Bond attached the bomb to his belt, killing himself in the process.
|Sony Ericsson M600i - Casino Royale|
A chrystal white Sony Ericsson M600i is used by Vesper Lynd in the film. After her death, Bond picks up the phone and reads a message that suddenly makes him understand Vesper's real final intentions : she gave away Mr. White's identity before dying, allowing Bond to capture the Quantum agent at the end of the film.
|Mollaka's phone - Casino Royale|
Freelance terrorist Mollaka receives a message on his cellphone while Bond and Carter are spying on him in Madagascar. Bond finds it in his backpack after chasing and killing him at the Nambutu embassy.The message is a code name : "Ellipsis".
| Sony Ericsson C902 - Quantum of Solace|
Bond uses once again a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, this time a C902 Cyber-shot in Titanium silver edition. He manages to photograph several important members of Quantum with it at the secret meeting of the organization during a representation of Tosca at the Bregenz opera, allowing him (with the help of Mathis) and MI6 (using their files) to identify them.
|Sony Xperia T - Skyfall|
In a bar in Shanghai, Bond receives a message informing him of Patrice's flight number and schedule from an unknown number on his Sony Xperia T.
|? - SPECTRE|
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