Nokia 5110: This was the late '90s phone when people had slowly started adopting the mobile phone culture. A small antenna popping at the upper corner and a 84 by 48 pixel monochrome display, it was an eye candy then.
Nokia 3310: In India, most early users would instantly recognise this Nokia phone model. It may even be the first mobile phone to be owned by most Indian users. Bulky and durable, does this phone make you nostalgic?
This Samsung phone reminds us of the flip phone/clamshell era that came as swiftly as it faded away. Did you start your phone journey with a clamshell?
BlackBerry Bold: BlackBerry, the Canadian company that once dominated the mobile world, was an enterprise dream. Its swift QWERTY keyboard made typing a breeze.
HTC TyTN: Remember the HTC slider phones that revealed a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. The phones came with email, and also a touchscreen. One of the most advanced phones of the time.
Nokia 6610i: Doesn't it look familiar? It is the improved version of 6610, and came with a camera.
The Nokia 1110 was a very popular low-priced phone during the mid-2000.
Sony Walkman W610: Who can forget the Sony Walkman series. The bright orange themed phones that made listening to music on phones a norm.
Motorola's RAZR is yet another phone that made heads turn. The RAZR V3 flip was one of the best selling devices.
Apple iPhone: This may not really be the first phone that most Indian can relate too, but the iPhone launched in 2007 almost transformed the mobile world as we know it. With a rounded back and huge icons, it made the touchscreen a standard feature in phones. The iPhone has come a long way since.
Published Date: Jun 18, 2015 10:26 am
| Updated Date: Jun 18, 2015 10:26 am