We all know that the HMD Global acquired the former leader of the phone market which was NOKIA, has also started to renovate some of the best old feature phones by the brand. HMD Global launched more advanced version of the Nokia 3310 last year.
After getting the success of Nokia 3310, HMD Global also launched a revamped version of the old, banana-shaped Nokia 8110 at MWC 2018. According to Gizmochina, HMD may launch some other old feature phone according to their popularity.
The Nokia 1100 was born at that time in which phones were only used to call and send/receive text messages. The phone came with a black and white display and additional features. However, 1100 was very popular and it is the most sold phone ever. That is why HMD Global may decide to launch a new version of NOKIA 1100 with 3G/4G or 3G/4G/5G connectivity.
Nokia launched the Ringo, and it was one of the first pay as you go phones. A Pay As You Go ( PAYG ) mobile phone is a mobile phone for which credit is purchased in advance of service use. The purchased credit is used to pay for mobile phone services at the time the service is accessed or consumed. HMD Global might revive this phone.
At that time Nokia N90 was the most innovative feature phone. This feature phone featured a rotatable display in several ways and it was even possible to transform it like a camcorder to record video. The N-Series phones were very successful and also got huge popularity.
Nokia 5300 XpressMusic
This feature phone was the replacement of the old MP3 players. This phone had a sliding design, to make a call or to use messaging service it was needed to slide up. But for playing music don’t need to slide it works when the slider is closed. The multimedia keys were placed on the sides of the display (Play/Stop, Back, Forward and the volume balancer) and the navigation pad that you can see under it in the image below.
Some rumors and concept surfaced online in the previous year, suggested that the ExpressMusic phone may be released soon, but until now, there is no official information has come out.
This was the best feature phone from NOKIA before the smartphone age. This was also a sliding phone but its sliding feature works in two different ways, first classic way as like other sliding phones work and second a landscape mode to watch movies, videos and listen to music. It had Symbian OS, internet connectivity, and accurate GPS. You can say it was just a Wow feature phone.
I really want this phone and what about you, who do you like most?