Mobile phone is a must one in modern life, we hardly can not live a day without phones now a day. But ever you thought about the most popular phone or smartphone? I think not. So we gonna Revile the Best selling phones/smartphones name. Here are top 10 best selling phones. The most of them are manufactured by Nokia.
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Sold: 126 Millions
It was in 1999 however, when the 3210 was born, that Nokia got the combination of price, size and features right for the mass market. The predecessor to the 3310, it featured usable SMS messaging, the beloved game Snake, and was the first affordable mobile phone to come to market with a fully internal antenna.
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Motorola v3 / Motorola v3i
Its most popular handset to date – the Motorola Razr V3 – was that phone, selling over 50 million handsets between 2004 and 2006, and becoming the world’s biggest selling clamshell phone in the process.
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Nokia 1600 (1650/1661)
The Nokia 1600 is a part of Nokia’s Ultra basic series of mobile phones released in 2006. The 1600 is designed for prepaid mobile phone services and is related to the Nokia 1100. It is notable in that it was originally released specifically to be used by customers indeveloping countries. The phone is noted for its durability and resilience to accidental drops.
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Samsung E1100 is a GSM candybar phone with a simple, compact & solid design featuring 1.52 inch 65k color CSTN display, Mobile Tracker, SMS messaging and Flashlight. Have upgraded security with Samsung E1100 mobile, it has built-in Mobile tracker. Samsung E1100 provides better contacts and sms storage so that you can store the maximum. Samsung E1100 provides better contacts and sms storage
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Nokia wisely took advantage of the 6600’s spacious real estate, giving the mobile a generous 65,000-color, 2.25-inch (diagonal) display that’s roomy and easy to read, even in direct sunlight. Our thumbs didn’t have much trouble with the five-way toggle or the keypad, but we had to press pretty hard to register a keystroke; we prefer a lighter touch.
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The 5230 doesn’t exactly create a striking first impression. At 15.5mm deep it’s quite thick and the chassis feels a bit plasticky too, something that isn’t helped by the rather rattly spring-loaded lock switch found on the right-hand edge of the phone. Still, we do like the rounded corners and for a touchscreen handset it has a decent line-up of physical buttons including three soft keys at the bottom of the screen as well as a dedicated camera button positioned on the bottom right-hand edge. As with most of Nokia’s recent handsets it also has a standard headphone jack nestled next to the micro-USB port on the top of the phone.
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Nokia 1200 was a politician it would be banging on about taking a ‘back to basics’ approach. That’s because this handset chucks away all the fancy features you’ve come to expect on a modern mobile, leaving you with a pared-down feature set that’s easy for tech novices to get their heads around.
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Released in 1999, the Nokia 3210 has sold in excess of 160m units. It is also the phone which introduced us to the game Snake
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The very light (3.3 oz), thin (4.2 by 1.8 by 0.8 inches) Nokia 1100 feels like a toy, an impression enhanced by its buttons: Instead of being separate, the 1100’s buttons are bumps on a continuous plastic membrane. The blue and silver phone isn’t ugly, though, and it will take a beating.[/nextpage]