Remember the time when the phones had buttons?
2000's Phones were pretty innovative. We had brick phones, flip phones, sliding phones, and phones that could rotate 360° to open – like Motorola Aura. Nokia was a champion in the innovation until iPhones came out. I am not sure what happened to Nokia after, but I was very surprised to find out that you can still buy the most iconic models.
If your grandma wants to stay mobile, but doesn't want one of 'em fancy smart telephones, a good old-school phone may be the way to go. Let's have a look.
Motorola RAZR V3i
(10 color options)
Price: $17.09 – 31.87
I had one of these (the ‘original' silver one), and it was the coolest phone ever: I could play with the flip all day long.
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/-Nvqxn
Motorola KRZR K1
Price: $24.69 – 35.04
A longer and narrower version of a Razor V3.
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/8z3U0f
Blackberry Curve 9360
(black / white)
Price: $44.99 – 51.49
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/9dfdx1
(black / white)
Price: $74.88 – 93.63
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/q5NsF3
Sony Ericsson Walkman W995
Price: $65.99 – 71.99
Back in my day, only the chosen ones had a phone that could also play music.
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/UdpgnJ
Price: $34.19 – 37.04
A phone that looked like a video game console; which, ironically, was pretty shitty as a game console. But, as I remember, it was still ‘cool' to own one of these.
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/PNO5vK
Price: $13.73 – 17.28
A ‘virtually indestructible' iconic Nokia phone.
Purchase link: http://ali.ski/TDvHA