Most Loved Phones Of All Times

Cellphones or rather smartphones have become an integral part of our lives. Our want to have more from life has always put us into complicated dilemma. This holds true even for selecting the best phone. Currently users are confused among phone’s features and the look. Let’s take a look at those few phones that probably made people love them the most.

Nokia 3210


Released in 1999, this phone made us happy as it had the design to set reminders for meetings, adjust timings while travelling and text short messages. It had a T9 dictionary for spell check. Back then we were happy with having three games and have calendar to manage a schedule. During those days these features were something to cheer about.

Motorola Razor V3


Launched in year 2004, Motorola Razor V3 was super light and super thin as it was designed with carbon fiber model. It had an angular flipper and had a super thin look making it the best in design and style quotient. Also it a thin keypad with Klingon commands. It was stylish phone but the only negative point it had was VGA camera which was unable to capture images clearly.

Sony Ericsson K800i


In 2006, Sony launched one if its coolest phones K8ooi. It had a burst mode photo tool which allowed the users to capture nine shots at a given time. Lot of them found the phone heavy, but it was featured in Casino Royale a James Bond movie which led to a huge fan following. The phone featured 3.15 MP sensor with autofocus, flash, dedicated shutter button and a cute little sliding lens.

Nokia N95


Nokia launched N95 which Symbian OS. It had a 5 MP camera  which was idolized in 2007. It also added features like GPS, Wi-Fi, a web browser and HSDPA radio. It included powerful processor inside a mini gadget. It was a huge success and had all the designs of today’s advanced Smartphones but the only concern was in its loading speed, which was very slow.

Blackberry Bold


Launched in 2008, this Blackberry Bold 9000 series model had the power to compete with Apple. It was a sturdy phone, molded with leatherette back, with a QWERTY keypad and large display.  It was slimmer compared to other Black Berry models and had all the features like today’s smartphones that include, GPS, Wi Fi, camera SD card memory updates and many more.

HTC Desire


Released in 2010, HTC Desire was the first genuine triple “A” android phone. It had solid silver buttons and a clickable track sensor. HTC desire sported a 1 GHZ processor inside and it’s still works as a Smartphone in today’s date.

iPhone 4

2012-iphone4s-gallery3-zoom__1431426317_115.110.88.165iPhone 4 launched 2010 was solid, slim and built with a tough glass. Its best feature was the camera, with a backside-illuminated 5 MP sensor that produced awesome results and enabled the users to capture their whole life in their phone itself.

We are sure there are many more that need to be added, the list will be endless. We chose the best we could. Do you have any of your favorites?

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 30, 2015 8:13 AM UTC


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