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6 ugliest Nokia mobile phones. How many of these do you remember?
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 09:14:54 -0500

Before the homogenised mass of Apple-a-likes swamped the market in the late noughties, the mobile phone industry was a weird and wonderful place. Without a tried and tested design formula to follow, manufacturers in the pre-iPhone era were churning out literally anything, in the hope of hitting upon a commercially successful design.
Kings of quirky design were Nokia who, over a period of a few years, released some of the most bizarre looking devices we will likely ever see. Here are 6 of the best. How many of these beauties do you remember?
Nokia 7260
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For owners of the Nokia 7260, it must have been a daily battle to keep their dinners down. The swirly ‘S’ design on the keypad could quite easily bring on a migraine and, to add insult to ugliness, the curved-corner design showed a complete disregard for lefties, as the 7260’s curviness only suited right-handed users. What a boo-boo.
Nokia 7280
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10 years on from the release of the 7280 it would be fascinating to reunite the design team which led on the 7280 project, and ask them to justify their actions a decade earlier. The 7280 is, simply put, an aesthetic abomination. Dissecting this monster is gruesome work: there was no dialling pad; no touchscreen display, heck, even the ‘on’ button was difficult to find. It was only through a combination of sheer bloody hard work and blind faith that a user managed to turn the grim-looking device on.
Nokia 7370


A faux-hippy floral pattern. Check. A 180 degree swivel feature. Check. Random cloth tag on right-hand side serving absolutely no purpose. Check. The Nokia 7370 represents the golden age of Nokia’s fantastic plastic kitsch when the mobile-hungry masses were willing to accept, and indeed embrace, literally any old muck they were presented with. If it swivelled or flipped, and it was made of shiny plastic, we loved it. These were the rules in the pre-Apple era of mobile phones.
Nokia N-Gage

Nobody really knows what Nokia were thinking when they released the N-Gage handset - presumably the Finnish tech giants genuinely believed that what the mobile phone industry really needed was a device that looked like a Sega Game Gear jammed into the dashboard of a Fiat Punto.
Released in 2003, this infamous device was a warm up for the smartphone era of gaming-ready devices (users were able to play the original Tomb Raider on the N-Gage) and also included an MP3 player and a sharp, colour-dense display. The drawback though, as is so often the case with multi-purpose mobiles, is that to make a call on an N-Gage would be to experience quite extraordinary levels of humiliation, as the oddly-shaped device needed to be operated vertically, on its 90-degree edge. A green pass to playground bullies.
Nokia 7600

2003 was not a vintage year for Nokia’s design team. The 7600 is like the illegitimate lovechild of a PalmPilot and a thermostat, although the savvy chaps at Nokia marketed the device using the much more salesy ’teardrop’ design. The 7600’s unusual design was shoved further into the spotlight by the modest spec, with a bog-standard screen and running on the cripplingly slow 2G GPRS network.
Again, though, much like the N-Gage, it was only when you attempted to make a call that you really experienced the full horror of this ergonomic and aesthetic butchery from Nokia. The awkward curves alongside the square-ish shape made holding it in one hand almost impossible and again, in the same way users learnt to accommodate the N-Gage, calls had to be made by positioning the phone at a jaunty 45-degree angle.
Nokia 3650
Another 2003 gem from Nokia, the 3650 was touted as Nokia’s ‘business’ phone, for busy execs and boardroom warriors to use as they zip from meeting to meeting. It even had mobile web browsing and was considered far ahead of its time when it hit the shelves. Of course, by today’s standards the Nokia 3650 is a tech dinosaur but it’s only when you notice the phone’s bulbous bottom and rough-looking circular keypad that you realise just how off-the-mark Nokia were with this device.
5 Best Alternatives to Apple's iPhone 6
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 13:17:15 -0500

Fed up of following the tech flock and being too easily corralled into buying the latest Apple offering? Then be a shepherd, not a sheep, with these 5 leading alternatives to the iPhone 6.

 

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
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Sony remain the quiet kid in the corner of the smartphone market; happy, it seems, to let the big, brash, boisterous kids like Apple and Samsung hog the limelight and gobble up the profits. That said, they certainly no their way around a high-end, flagship smartphone and their Xperia range can hold its own against the award-winning iPhone and Galaxy series.

 

The Xperia Z3 Compact is the latest marquee handset from Sony, who buck the current tech trend of monster devices with a more modest affair. Adopting the user-friendly screen-size of 4.6 inches, the Z3 Compact eschews the acres of real estate which comes with most other flagship handsets these days. Though it may forgo size, the Z3 Compact does not scrimp on features; fitted with a 20.7MP camera supporting high-res video, it’s also dust and waterproof, and a genuine snip, coming in at nearly half the price of the iPhone 6.

 

HTC One M8
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If you’re looking to sidestep the Apple iPhone 6, but are not willing, under any conceivable circumstance, to compromise on build-quality, then your only viable option is the HTC One M8.

 

This high-end chunk of tech craftsmanship comes fitted with full HD screen, a microSD card slot allowing 12GB of extra storage, BoomSound stereo speakers to ensure you get the top of the bus to yourself and the neat Duo camera which allows those not blessed with a photographer’s flair to refocus shots after they’ve been taken.

 

LG G3
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If you’re after a tasty slice of anti-Apple, you could do an awful lot worse than LG’s outstanding G3 handset. The LG G3 is a corker of a device stuffed full of innovative features wrapped up in a simple, but very appealing, metal skinned frame.

 

What the LG G3 lacks in elegance, it makes up for with a feature set  which the bods over at Apple will be eyeing up for the iPhone 7. Some of the best features which you won’t find on the iPhone 6 include an IR blaster, microSD card slot and very handy wireless charging.

 

Samsung Galaxy S5
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It’s physically impossible to compile a selection of iPhone 6 alternatives without including at least one Samsung device. Of course, the standout choice to rival the iPhone 6 has to be the Galaxy S5, the handset which consolidated Samsung’s position at the smartphone top table.

 

The S5 has been around the block a few times now and smartphone fans everywhere will no doubt be swivel-eyed with excitement when Samsung inevitably announce that a new device is about to roll off the production line. That being said, there’s still plenty on the S5 which is worth shouting about, such as a fingerprint scanner, NFC, microSD card slot and a heart rate monitor. And, if all that’s not enough, it’s also dust/waterproof and there’s a stonking great 16MP snapper on board as well.

 

Amazon Fire Phone
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If there’s one company on the planet capable of toppling Apple’s smartphone dominance, then surely Amazon is that company. Perfectly placed, some would argue, to become the next mobile phone mega seller, their first foray in the smartphone space is the Android-driven Fire Phone.

 

The naysayers have dismissed the Fire Phone as nothing more than an Amazon shopping basket with a ringtone and, in fairness, this barb may not be the most unreasonable review ever dished out for a new handset joining the smartphone arms race, especially one which basically makes it impossible not to fritter away your life savings on Amazon. However, there’s a stack-load of innovative new features on this Fire Phone and, in the spirit of rejecting Apple and choosing a different path from the crowds, it is bringing something completely new to the smartphone party.

 

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