In Pictures: From the 2110 to the Lumia 1020, Nokia's most iconic phones

Between 1994 and 2013 Nokia released five phones that deserve to be remembered

Nokia 2110 The Nokia 2110 arrived in 1994, and was arguably the most iconic mobile phone of its era; it certainly provided the DNA for all candy bar phones that followed, according to Ben Wood, director of research at CCS Insight. The hardware cemented the keypad layout, with the "send" and "end" keys easily accessible and buttons to select the soft keys displayed on the screen. The software offered a logical way to navigate through menu options and also introduced new features such as the ability to send text messages, he said.

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