Top 20 best selling phones of all time

Top 20 best selling phones of all time

Number 20: A rare foray into the clamshell market, Nokia’s 2650, launched in 2004, sold 35 million units.

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Number 19: Apple’s iPhone 3GS, launched in 2009, sold over 35 million units.


Number 18 and 17: Samsung’s Galaxy S II (left) and III, launched in 2011 and 2012, each sold an estimated 40 million units.

Number 16: Nokia 6230 from 2004 sold 50 million units.

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Number 15: Available in a variety of colours, Nokia’s 3100 sold over 50 million.


Number 14: Motorola StarTAC launched back in 1996 sold 60 million units.

Motorola StarTAC
Number 13: Another Motorola, 2003’s C200, also sold an estimated 60 million.


Number 12: Apple’s iPhone 4S, launched in 2011, sold over 60 million units.

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Number 11: In 2007, Nokia launched the 5130, which went on to sell 65 million.


Numbers 10, 9 and 8: And it’s three more Nokia’s. The 6010 (left) from 2004 sold 75 million, the 1208 (centre) from 2007 sold 100 million, while the 1600 (right) from 2006 sold 130 million.


Number 7: Motorola RAZR V3, launched in 2004, sold more than 130 million units.

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Numbers 6, 5 and 4: Three more Nokia’s again. The 2600 (left) from 2004 sold 135 million, the 3310 (left) from 2000 sold 136 million and 2010’s 5230 sold 150 million.


Number 3: Also selling an estimated 150 million was Nokia’s 1200, launched in 2007.

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Number 2: A chunky end-of millenium favourite, 1999’s Nokia 3210 sold 160 million.


Number 1: And the winner is, surprise surprise, another Nokia. The 1110, launched in 2005, sold a staggering 250 million.

Opera Mini 5.1, increase the browsing experience on phones with limited memory

Opera Mini 5.1Today, Opera introduces Opera Mini 5.1, an update to the popular Opera Mini 5, specialy for mobile phones with limited memory.

Opera recommend the new version for users with Symbian S40 because these mobile phones have limited memory, such as the popular Nokia 5130 XpressMusic, Nokia 6300 and Nokia 2700 handsets.

This upgrade will also benefit phones with a small screen size, such as the Sony Ericsson K550i and Sony Ericsson W810i phones. In addition, Opera Mini 5.1 will improve the browsing experience for those who have encountered out-of-memory issues or the need to reload open web pages while surfing with Opera Mini 5. The update is not critical for Opera Mini users on smartphones or high end devices.

Opera Mini compresses data by up to 90 percent before sending content to the phone, resulting in faster page loading and speed. This compression dramatically reduces data load, which translates to lower browsing costs when on a pay-per-MB data plan, especially when roaming.

You can download the 5.1 version of Opera accesing from your mobile phone’s default browser m.opera.com.

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