A cell phone Nokia released in 2000. It was successor to the Nokia 3210, and how. It sold extremely well, about 126 million worldwide, and even today, about 16 years later, it's still a pretty good phone. No, it doesn't have all the high tech stuff that Smartphones of today have, but it did have a calculator, a few games, a practically immortal battery life, and a juggernaut build. To put that in perspective, if you drop an iPhone on a carpet floor from three feet, the iPhone breaks, but if you drop a 3310 on pavement from three stories, it chips the pavement, but barely scratches the phone.
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