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This List Of Mobile Phone Collections From The Past Will Take You Back In Time

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Mobile phones are the most important necessity in life now. We just don’t need a phone to communicate but also to entertain ourselves. The social media platforms have thus been so popular. From the first ever mobile phone to our latest smartphone, we have the most popular of them all, here below.

 

1. Nokia 8110

Nokia 8110 is a retro phone
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In a new design, Nokia 8110 has VoLTE calling feature along with support for a 4G sim. This phone works on Smart Feature OS and also is powered by the Qualcomm 205 dual-core processor. This phone compacts in 4GB storage, 512MB LPDDR3 RAM, and 1500mAh battery. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA curved display along with a 2MP rear camera.

 

2. Motorola StarTAC

Unveiled in 1996, the Motorola StarTAC is a clamshell
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Developed in 1996, the Motorola StarTAC is a flip-style mobile phone. A 2G phone with a monochrome display of 4×15 character in resolution. The phone had supported mono-ringtones, vibration alerts and also consisted 500mAh battery.

 

3. Nokia 3310

Nokia 3310 certainly being the most widely-known.
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Toughest phone, the Nokia 3310 and others with similar model numbers was launched in the year 2000. It came with some customizable Xpress-On covers. This iconic device has also introduced the smash-hit Snake II mobile game to the world.

 

4. Nokia 1100

cheap Nokia 1100 to is among the best-selling mobile
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The cheapest Nokia 1100 is the best-selling mobile phone of all time. With a no-frills design and a stellar battery life, 1100 was launched in the year 2003. It also had a built-in flashlight. And could hold 50 text messages with some cool collection of ringtones.

 

5. Nokia 6600

Launched in 2003, the quirky-looking Nokia 6600
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It was launched in the year 2003. This quirky-looking Nokia 6600 phone was one of the first smartphones from Nokia company. It worked on Symbian OS and also featured a VGA (0.3 MP) resolution rear-camera with a video-call functionality.