What’s up loyal readers, welcome back to the only place on the internet that combines my dry humor, too soon jokes and a love for computers. It’s my computers and electronics blog! Yay, the crowd goes wild! Ah, ah, ah, you can hear them chant. But wait, what it that noise? Why, it is an old Nokia phone that has been stuck behind the bleachers for years and is still charged and working fine. Nokia phones are amazing, even used ones will last longer than the newest Iphone. I always have one around, usually one that was bought from http://www.used.forsale/australia so I can save even more money on my emergency phone. The thing I love about Nokia’s compared to something like an iPhone is they are virtually indestructable, and make great phones for people working labour intensive jobs.
The Nokia 2730 classic is a Nokia cell phone that came out around 2010 and had some amazing features. There was a 2 megapixel camera that could shooty 1600x1200 pixel photos as well as 176x144 pixel videos. The phone also has the ability to play MP3 songs and FM radio, as well as having Bluetooth enabled. It does suffer from the issue of having extremely low memory, but if your firmware is fully updated you can add up to 32 GB via an SD card. I recently saw one of these for sale at http://www.used.forsale/australia/sydney/nokia-2730 and bought it as I needed another cheap used phone. The phone is virtually indestructible which is my favourite feature, having Snake to play and a decent camera that sits in your sock is just a bonus.
This is a big step up from the 2730. The Nokia N900 is actually a smartphone, and it was surprisingly released at the same time as the Nokia 2730. It was before phones ran on either Android os iOS, as it ran on a Linux operating system that was designed to be used on Nokia Tablets. Since this phone is such a huge upgrade over the 2730 I bought a used one to use as my main phone and I love it. There are tons of them available on http://www.used.forsale/australia/sydney/nokia-n900 for cheap that are unlocked, so you can use them in any country with any provider. Surprisingly Snake is not available on this phone, but you can play Bounce, Chess, Mahjong, Tetris and Marbles which will definitely make time go faster waiting for take away.
What is your favourite?
Nokia has made tons and tons of amazing phones over the years, which one is your favourite? Let me know in the comments section below, and don’t forget to click the star or book button on the top of your browser to add up to your bookmarks bar. If you want to read more about computers and electronics, then take a look at my last article about Pokeland. Talk to you again soon folks.