Do you remember the classic Nokia 6610 and the fashion phone Motorola Razr V3? Off course you do if you are a 90's kid. Living the memories back we are presenting you top 5 classic mobile phones that deserve a 2017 revival.
Nokia 8110: Nokia 8110 was the first of Nokia's high-end, 8000 series of phones released in 1996. Its distinctive styling was the first example of a 'slider' form factor. It would be really interesting to see a revival of this classic beauty.
Nokia 6600: At the time of its release in 2003, it was the most advanced product ever launched by Nokia and it runs on Symbian OS 7.0s. It also featured a VGA camera, a music player and video player, Bluetooth and extended storage by memory card, being the second non-Communicator to do so (after the Nokia 3650).
Motorola StarTac: Another legendary mobile market is the Motorola StarTAC which surely deserve a comeback. This handset was a clamshell mobile phone manufactured by Motorola. It was released on January 3, 1996, being the first ever clamshell/flip mobile phone. The StarTAC is the successor of the MicroTAC, a semi-clamshell design that had been launched in 1989.
Motorola Razr V3: Launched in 2004, the V2 was the first and the v3 was the main phone at the height of the Motorola Razr series popularity. Because of its striking appearance and thin profile, it was initially marketed as an exclusive fashion phone. Over the Razr's four-year run, the V3 model sold more than 130 million units, becoming the best-selling clamshell phone in the world to date.
Sony P990: When it comes to smartphones, the P990 from Sony Ericsson stands its ground as one the most unique yet handy designs. Released in August 2006. The P990 was the successor of Sony Ericsson P910 and it has a numeric keypad that flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard below the display, on the phone itself. This phone used to the favorite of many and people who are typical Sony fans would again love to see this beauty in their hand.