Nokia was once a global giant in the smartphones sector, but due to the brand's inability to adapt rapidly enough to the changing times, competition not only caught up with it, but also surpassed it, while it continued to ignore this new reality rather than formulating new plans.
The tale of how the once-mighty Nokia plummeted to the ground will have to wait for another day. Let's speak about 20 phones that Nokia used to sell to people.
Many things have changed in the previous few years, particularly in terms of how cellphones currently look and the numerous features they contain.
Believe it or not, cellphones used to have poor picture quality, a mediocre battery that required frequent charging, and, to top it all, insufficient storage and a poor internet connection.
Now, without further ado, let's have a look at the 20 Nokia phones you undoubtedly possessed but forgot about, as seen in the photographs below:
Which of the twenty cellphones did you own?
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