We will take a look at some of the most iconic Nokia mobile phones ever
Back in 2000, not a lot of people had a mobile phone, but if you had, chances are it was the Nokia 3310. The most popular Nokia device, the 3310 still holds the benchmark for a smartphone’s durability and is extensively used in a host of internet memes even today. Regardless of how good mobile games may be these days, they still let down of the hours of fun Snake II had to offer.
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Nokia N900 is the first and the only mobile phone to run Linux-based Maemo OS, it combined the productivity of the communicator series with the media-centric approach taken by the N series.
3Nokia Pureview 808
The Nokia’s Pureview 808 had the massive 41MP camera sensor at the back, this is the biggest sensor to be housed within a smartphone till date. With Pureview technology and Carl Zeiss optics, the device was capable of shooting some incredible shots. However, booting Symbian OS in 2012 made the Nokia 808 outdated.
This phone made a debut on the big screen with Christopher Nolan’s movie The Dark Knight, was the first all-touch smartphone from the brand which came with an optimized version of the Symbian OS. The mobile phone was a huge hit in the Indian market and backed with a 3.2MP autofocus camera with a Carl-Zeiss lens.
Nokia 8110 was the first of Nokia high-end, 8000 series of phones released in 1996. Its distinctive styling was the first example of a ‘slider’ form factor. It made news back in the day owing to its unique slider design which could be used to answer or end calls.
6 Nokia 6600
The 6600 was a unique designed Nokia mobile phone which garnered huge success.The smartphone introduced on June 16, 2003. Though the phone had VGA camera on the back and the support for Bluetooth and infrared, the 6600 had it all back in the day. The device came with a joystick instead of a D-pad which was compatible with certain games as well.
7Nokia Communicator E90
Nokia renovate its iconic communicator series with the E90 which sported a laptop-like look and dual-displays. The idea was that the smartphone could be used as a normal mobile phone with the flap closed and could also offer extra room to enhance productivity with the larger 4″inch display.
Nokia’s direct answer to Apple’s iPhone came in the form of N95, the most powerful smartphone for the year 2007. The device came with features like GPS along with a 5MP camera which was way best at that time. Toting a dual-slider form factor and support for 3.5G, the N95 was the biggest threat to Apple’s iPhone and a ‘flagship killer’ .
One of the favorite Nokia’s Symbian^3 OS which was later renamed to Anna and then to Belle.The Nokia X7 brought some refreshing changes to its software side with support for portrait keyboard and improved browser experience as well.
An iconic E series phone from Nokia was aimed to give business professionals something other than a Blackberry. With full metallic body, the E71 quickly became a fan favorite owing to its optimized email and messaging support. The E71 came with support for Wi-Fi, 3G and A-GPS.
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