Nokia, once known as the king of the phone industry is now set to return with its new updated version of the all-time favourite 3310 to this year’s Mobile Congress Show. The 3310 however, wasn’t really aesthetically pleasing, or at least – isn’t so much now.
Let us take a walk down down the memory lane and look into the 5 most beautiful creations from the ex-giant, which back in the day, gave us tons of beautifully designed and unique phones.
1. Nokia Cityman (1987)
The Cityman was Nokia’s first ever creation back in the year 1987. This brick may not seem aesthetically pleasing to you, but back then, this was the most high-end and sleek looking product there was. Trust us! It deserves a spot here due its sheer legacy alone.
2. Nokia 7900 Prism
The 7900 Prism hit markets in 2007, but came with specs distinctly ahead of the others – both in terms of design (it featured an untested prism-like keypad), and display (a pixel density of 200ppi!). The company even allowed you to change the backlighting on the key.
3. Nokia 6700
The Nokia 6700 is a complete stunner even today – and not just in terms of aesthetics. Launched it 2009, it featured a 5 megapixel camera along with LED flash, GPS and a WebKit browser. There were 2 variants of this model however. The one we’re describing to you is the 6700 Classic, a 6700 Slide also hit stores later.
4. Nokia 8800
The Nokia 8800 was a luxury phone. Manufactured with stainless steel and using a premium sliding mechanism consisting of top notch ball bearings, this was a phone meant for the extravagant. It hit markets back in 2005, and featured an MP3 music player, Bluetooth, a scratch-resistant true colour display.
5. Nokia 6
The much awaited 6 has finally been launched recently. It ships with a 5.5” full HD display, and a Snapdragon 430 processor. The phone cost around 16700 rupees, but is currently only available only in China.