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Even before the advanced smartphones could hit the mobile sector, Nokia was the only limelight back in 2000s. The not so smart Nokia phones didn't support internet connectivity, WhatsApp or Facebook, but were equally special as the present day Android, Windows or iOS smartphones.
Nokia has ruled the mobile sector since the 2000s. However after the smartphones including Android, iOS, and Windows phone hit the market, Nokia started to fade out it's presence leaving behind a lot of memories.
However, after nearly a decade, Nokia is set to return back to the market in 2017, and according to reports have been licensed to manufacturers, HMD Global will be introducing the first Android-based Nokia smartphone during the MWC 2017.
However, until the new Nokia smartphone is launched, it's surely hard to decide whether the phone will be as memorable like the old Nokia phones. Let's check out the 5 best-selling Nokia phones until today.
Launched in the year 2000, Nokia 3310 is among those black and white Nokia phones that have been a part of almost every household. Being the oldest phone in the list of successful Nokia phones, 3310 was affordable and claimed to be the among the toughest and durable phones ever in the history.
We often state examples of Nokia 1100 of being among the most durable phones launched ever in the history of the mobile industry even today. Launched in 2003, Nokia 1100 holds a title of being the most sold Nokia phone and also was among the most durable and easy to use phones.
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Among all the phones, Nokia 6600 surely created a revolution in the mobile industry. Unlike the above mentioned black and white phones, 6600 was a coloured version, durable, tough in looking and pretty affordable that captured the high-end audience.
Being an owner of Nokia E71 back in the 2000s was a matter of pride for anyone. One of the first phone with quality keypad, E71 has attracted most of the younger generation who at that time were being attached to the internet, WhatsApp, Facebook and other social networking sites.
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