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My Nokia Phones Collection

This is my Nokia Mobile Phones and Accessories Collection.

There was many years ago when i decided to start collecting Nokia Phones. Nokia was that company that created mobile phones as we know today. Even Apple Samsung, Android and IOS and actually an evolution of Nokia’a technology. This is a

This is my Nokia Collection.

 

 

 

Updated 30-12-2017

My collection was updated since that video, photos below showing my collection today.

 

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MODELS:

EARLY FIRST MODELS:

 

MOBIRA SENATOR

Network: NMT-450 1G (VHF Band)
Introduced: 1982
Screen: Monochrome    
Form: Box Type
POWER:NEEDS 12V POWER SOURCE

Nokia Mobira Senator (The first Nokia Mobile Cell Phone)

The Nokia Mobira Senator (1982) was the first Nokia Mobile phone that hit the market paving the way for another nearly 30 years of success. To look at the Mobira Senator didn’t resemble what would be considered a mobile phone. The Mobira was heavy mainly due to the battery technology at the time (22 lbs or 10 kilograms)
As of 2011 these phones are highly collectable as most were put I landfill more than 25 years ago. These pioneering mobile phones used a network that was the standard at the time called the Nordic Mobile Telephony (NMT) Standard.

 

NOKIA SALORA

MODEL:NOKIA SALORA
POWER:NEEDS 12V POWER SOURCE (PIN1 +, PIN 5 -)
WORKING

YEAR:UNKNOWN (I believe some years before Senator)

Phone’s brand is Nokia and maker is Salora. This model is made specifically for ARP network. Unfortunately type label is missing.

The ARP was an analogue network only in Finland. ARP network was the first commercial public mobile phone network in Finland and it was the predecessor of the NMT network. NMT was the predecessor of GSM network. ARP was launched in 1971 and it had 100% coverage area in Finland. ARP network was closed as late as 2001. (ARP= AutoRadioPuhelin = CarRadioPhone).

At the beginning of 1970s there was a three separate radiotelephone makers: Salora, Nokia and Televa. At that time their models were completely different from each other. In mid of 1970s Salora worked together with Nokia and both companies sold the same ARP phone model by own brand. <-This item is from that era.

At the end of the 1970s Salora and Nokia merged and they founded a company called Mobira. Later also Televa merged the same group.

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MOBIRA TALKMAN MD59

MODEL:TALKMAN

TYPE:MD59 NB

YEAR:1984

NETWORK:NMT 450

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SV1300

MODEL:SV1300

POWER:12V (SAME PLUG AS SENATOR)

 

MOBIRA DATAMAN (MOBIRA TALKMAN 510)

MODEL: TALKMAN 510 (DATAMAN)

TYPE: MD94 NT

NETWORK:NMT450

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MOBIRA TALKMAN 620

MODEL:MOBIRA TALKMAN 620
TYPE: TMN-1S

NETWORK:NMT450

YEAR:1991

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MOBIRA 720

MODEL:MOBIRA 720
TYPE:HSN-5
POWER: 12V

 

 

NOKIA H70

MODEL:H70
CODE:H0233A2
TYPE:HD 70 D68J-A2
SN:TA962610648
BRAND NEW (HAS STILL PROTECTION FILM ON SCREEN)
BATTERY HAS CRACKS ON CORNERS
HAS A KIND OF NETMONITOR, MABY THIS IS PROTOTYPE OR TESTING UNIT
BOXED

PROTOTYPES:

UNRELASED PROTOTYPES:

 

NEO

MODEL:NEO
TYPE:RH-24
PROTO B4
HWID:0401

Nokia NEO - an experiment for young people
his device is positioned as a phone with a music box function and meant for young people. Earlier the company had offered such phones, remember Nokia 5510, Nokia 3300. In this case Neo continues that line. The first and the most significant change is that the handset is built on the updated version of Series 40 platform, the changes involved not only software, but also hardware.


It's believed that only 10 units have survived. This is maby the most rare of 'known' prototypes today.

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7700 UNRELEASED PROTOTYPE

MODEL:M
TYPE:RAL-2
PROTOTYPE F4

The Nokia 7700 is a mobile phone produced by Nokia, announced in 2003 but never released. It was expected to be the first multimedia smartphone from Nokia, and the first smartphone to use the Series 90 GUI on Symbian OS.

 

The Nokia 7700 was cancelled in mid-2004. Several theories for the cancellation were put forward at the time: Nokia was refocusing on 'normal' phones due to decreasing market share; the phone would be too late to market; and the phone was unattractive and bulky. It also featured 'sidetalking' like the N-Gage, a feature that had attracted a great deal of negative publicity.

 

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N950 DVELOPER DEVICE

TYPE:RM-680
MODEL:N950 DEVELOPER DEVICE
CAMERA DISABLED

The Nokia N950 is a developers-only phone aimed toward Linux-based MeeGo OS and Nokia N9 developers. About 5,000 units were produced and sent to developers throughout July 2011. Nokia exclusively distributed the device to developers as it was not offered for sale to the public.

Although they are marked "NOT FOR SALE", some were sold on eBay for more than €2,000.

 

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UNKNOWN RM692

UNKNOWN PROTOTYPE

SOFTWARE: RM-692

HW:0210 R2

COULD NOT FIND ANY INFO ABOUT THIS STRANGE UNRELEASED PROTOTYPE.

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ACCESSORIES:

Nokia Medallion

MODEL:NOKIA MEDALLION
BATTERY NOT HOLDING
BOXED
NO MANUAL
WORKING

RELEASED: SPRING 2004

 

 

Nokia Medallion 2

MODEL:NOKIA MEDALLION II
MANUAL
STRAP (FOR USING AS WATCH)
WORKING

BATTERY DOES NOT HOLD

RELEASED: 13 SEPTEMBER 2004

 

 

KALEIDOSCOPE

MODEL: KALEIDOSCOPE
TYPE:RX11

Remember those old, red ViewMaster image binoculars? Even though these things are older than most old people, consumers are STILL buying them. So what does Nokia do? They make an RX-11 Nokia Kaleidoscope that lets you project your own image onto the end of it. What the heck?!

It sounds a bit unbelieveable, but the RX-11 is actually pretty technologically advanced. Nokia didn’t just steal the ViewMaster plans and plop some electronics mumbo jumbo into it – the RX-11 has infrared, an MMC slot, and 2 megabytes of internal memory.

The internal display is 270×228 pixels large, and the Nokia RX-11 supports up to 32,768 colors. Which is not quite that impressive however.

 

8580 POCKET WATCH

MODEL:8580  POCKET WATCH

TYPE:NP-24005

Nokia released this pocket watch/mirror device based on a concept phone it had designed for the 2002 Action Sci-Fi film ‘Minority Report’.

Displays hours, minutes, seconds and date. Pressing the light button illuminates the screen with a blue backlight.

 

FUN CAMERA (2X)

MEDEL: FUN CAMERA (2X)
TYPE: PT-3
BRAND NEW (ORANGE)
BRAND NEW, NO BOX (BLUE)

 

DIGITAL PEN

MODEL: DIGITAL PEN
TYPE:SU-1B

 

OBSERVATION CAMERA

MODEL: OBSERVATION CAMERA
TYPE: PT-2U
POWER:12V 2A (NOT INCLUDED)

 

KENNETH COLE WATCH

 

3310 WITH TETRIS BACK COVER

MODEL:3310 + TETRIS BACK COVER
TYPE:NHM-5NX
CODE:0505610

THIS TETRIS COVER IS NOT OFFICIAL NOKIA

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6 Comments on “My Nokia Phones Collection

  1. Hey, notice you have a 7110 in there. I have 2, a production model and one with “Proto” written where there should be an IMEI under the battery on the back of the phone. I was given it to use and bin after writing a snagging report when I worked for Nokia in the late 90’s. Only the call function and sms worked. All the other menu systems were either not there, or were there but had no code behind them to enable them to work. I kept it and didn’t bin it! I’m just showing off 🙂 Nice collection. Bye!

    1. Hello,
      Yes, i have 7700 and many other prototypes like NEO and n950 proto.
      My 7700 is proto but almost all functions are working. Most likely it is a late proto
      Thank you for your comment, it would be a good idea sharing some photos of your 7700 🙂

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