Ten times Nokia threw the rule book straight out of the window.
We're not sure what comes to mind for you when you think of Nokia. Perhaps you get all tingly and nostalgic about their kooky designs.
Maybe you're cast back to the days of eagerly trying to beat your friends Snake score on your Nokia brick.
What we're forced to think about is all the weird and wacky designs that Nokia conjured up over the years and we're feeling like a little trip down memory lane.
While the rest of the industry was pouring money into smart features, Nokia kept it real by thinking unique and innovative designs.
We’ve compiled 10 of our favourite, completely crazy Nokia mobile phones, that, if you were born after the year 2000, probably won't believe ever existed.
1) Nokia 3650 (2002)
Other brands were throwing all of their energy into rectangular keyboards and Nokia thought; to hell with that!
They decided that there was nothing their customers would want more than all of their keys awkwardly positioned in a circle and that folks, is when the Nokia 3650 was born.
2) Nokia 7600 (2003)
Somewhere in between a Tamagotchi and a mobile phone, the Nokia 7600 made its way onto the mobile market.
It's weird and wonderful design is compiled of a strange looking button layout and a leaf-like design and we're not sure how we feel about it one bit!
3) Nokia 6800 (2003)
It's only when you have something that you suddenly wonder how you ever lived without it.
We're talking memory foam mattresses, McDonald's triple cheeseburgers or Air Fryers...
We imagine this is how Nokia 6800 users felt when their keypad suddenly divided in two - transforming it into a full on QWERTY keyboard.
4) Nokia N-Gage (2003)
The Nokia N-Gage mobile came at a terrible time as Nintendo had just released its Game Boy Advance SP and fans were tearing it up on Pokémon Ruby.
Compared to the Game Boy, the N-Gage really didn't cut it as a handheld games console.
5) Nokia 3200 (2003)
The only saving grace with Nokia 3200 was that you could remove the interchangeable covers, and not have to look at the same, Art Deco inspired one for too long.
6) Nokia 7700 (2003)
This one didn’t quite make it to market, but was intended to be the first multimedia smartphone, with a touchscreen, camera, FM radio, Bluetooth and web browser. Nokia 7700 will be forever remembered as the X Wing pilot helmet that almost was...
7) Nokia 7280 (2005)
Nokia really pulled the wool over our eyes with this one. At first glance, it doesn’t even look like a mobile phone.
Or on second glance for that matter. With a spinning wheel for navigation, the Nokia 7280 looks like an ambitious effort to fuse an iPod and lipstick. Super weird.
8) Nokia N90 (2005)
Now this phone was totally bad-ass. Mind-blowing engineering meant the Nokia N90 could transform into a compact video camera in just a couple of seconds.
While the video quality wasn't quite Oscar-worthy and answering calls was a pain, it's pretty impressive to look at.
9) Nokia 3250 (2005)
With a rotating keyboard, the Nokia 3250 was like the world’s easiest Rubik’s Cube. But instead of revealing a new row of colours, the flip side featured some basic MP3 controls, letting you play, stop, skip and return.
10) Nokia 7370 (2005)
Targeting the fashionistas of the mobile world, the Nokia 7370 was adorned with a fetching floral pattern - if you're into that.
To us, it looks a little like the curtains that hung in our granny's living room. The display looked like a straight-up slider, but there was more going on than that. It kind of slid and rotated 180 degrees, in one slick motion.
We admire Nokia's daring designs over the years and love that they never played it safe.
Of course, while we've loved this trip down memory lane, we think it's time to focus on all the incredible devices that Nokia are rolling out right now.
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