Nokia 3310 is renowned as one of the best-selling mobile phones of all time. The phone had built a good following among the masses due to its simple design and a battery that lasted for days.
HMD Global Oy, the Finnish company which has the rights to use Nokia’s brand on mobile phones, is looking to cash on this nostalgia by bringing back the iconic device. Reports indicate that HMD is preparing a handset which shares the 3310 name.
IBM Simon Personal Communicator was a massive device and was capable of sending emails, had software apps and could even link to a fax.Released in 1994, it was quite similar to a modern-day smartphone.
Mobira Senator, released in 1982 was intended to be used as a car phone. Weighing at 22lb, it was Nokia's first phone, before the company became known by its household name.
The iPhone 2G was launched in 2007 and was the first smartphone designed by Apple. Unveiled by the late Steve Jobs, it included iPod design, camera, email, phone abilities and web browser. Further, presence of various apps made it highly popular
Blackberry 6230 was launched in 2003 and was an instant hit among the masses. The device weighed a light 136g and its battery could handle up to five hours’ talk time on a charge. Further, it also allowed users to check their emails in a smooth manner.