5 cell phones from the early 2000s you probably had some are coming back
Nokia introduced its 3310 in 2000. It sold twice as much as the iPhone X for 126 million pieces. It was marketed for its ability to handle long text messages. It has a whopping 459 character-text-limit which was 3 times longer than any other phone at the time. And remember the colorful cases? In 2017, Nokia has announced its comeback, and the reinvented model kept the colorful look. You can get it for 49 euros.
If you had a Motorola RAZR in 2004, you are probably one of the cools kids at the time. The glowing keypad, the metal sleek design, making it one of the hottest cell phones in the 2000s. . In 2006, RAZR v3 was the most popular phone in America. Motorola filed a patent for a foldable smartphone patent, hinting for a possible comeback in 2019.
This model was a big hit among professionals. Just ask Hillary Clinton. She had 13 of those according to reports.
Blackberry entered the market in 2003. It was the first blackberry with an integrated phone as the previous models were only used as pagers with WAP services. It had a spacious full QWERTY keyboard which allowed for quick typing of emails.
Sony Ericsson T68I
This was one of the first phones capable of sending multimedia messages also known as MMS when it came out in 2002. Its screen was in color. it had customizable ringtones, email Bluetooth, and T9 predictive text. You could even add a camera accessory to take pictures.
Originally named Dang Hiptop, and yes it is as cool as it sounds. This crazy looking cellphone hit the market in 2002. It features a large swiveling screen, a big QWERTY keyboard. The body is more than an inch thick. But it included AIM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo, web apps, email, and a web browser unlike anything else at the time. These features made it most like the smartphones of today.