11 classic Nokia phones that changed the world (and 8 crazy ones that didn't)

Nokia N93 (2006)

The S60-based N93 was all about multimedia: its twisty physical design allowed it to function as an easy-to-hold camcorder (with a 3x optical zoom, no less) one minute and a desktop screen for video playback the next.

Video quality was pitched – as you can see in the glossy TV ad above, starring none other that Gary Oldman – as "DVD quality", although in reality the camera was more suited to capturing happy slapping incidents than Hollywood-style glossiness. Still, at the time of its launch, it was the world's finest camera phone, and also offered cutting edge features such as Wi-Fi and 3G.

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