Complex have taken us back to the early 2000’s to remind us of the classic Nokia phones that EVERYONE used to own.
Looking at them now, they look like complete bricks.. Because that’s what they were.
But oh how much we loved them.
1. Nokia 3310
Released in the year 2000 for a varied price between £30-£130, this phone went on to sell 126 million units worldwide. It was pretty much today’s iPhone, but in the beginning of the millennium. Although now it’s referred to as THE ‘brick’.
2. Nokia 7250
Launching in 2003 at the price of £25 per month, this phone gave you exactly what you wanted at the time. A 0.3 megapixel camera and the ability to text.
3. Nokia 5510
In 2000 this QWERTY keyboard classic was worth £99-£200. It wasn’t for someone who wanted a regular phone or for business purposes, it was basically to make you look cool and 21st century.
4. Nokia 7280
This phone was all yours for £35 per month in 2004. The phone even featured in a Pussycat Dolls music video with Will.I.Am. It must’ve been cool.
5. Nokia 8310
Released in 2002 for £400, it weighed 400 grams, and was probably one of the smallest phones ever made.
6. Nokia 3510i
In 2002, for £120, you could get the 3510i that had a battery life that lasted over a week. I’m lucky if my iPhone lasts over half a day. You were also offered an upgrade for ringtones.. How cool were ringtones?
7. Nokia 7600
For £30 per month in 2003, Nokia released a phone that basically never worked and was the weirdest shape – it looked like a fish.
8. Nokia 7110
Back before we were in the 2000’s, Nokia launched the 7110 in 1999 for £130 and it appeared in ‘The Matrix’
9. Nokia 3200
In 2004, for £150, this phone was apparently part of Nokia’s ‘Youth’ series. Although it looked like a piece of shit and was social suicide to be seen with.
10. Nokia 6600
In 2003 for £450 the 6600 was equipped with 6MB of memory and had a video camera that filmed no longer than 27 seconds.
Ahh, the good old days.