A passerby picks up the Nokia 3210 that was soaked in seashells, a magic phone from the 1990s | T Kebang

The 3210, the first mobile phone without an antenna launched by Nokia, also endowed the phone with a special function of “unbreakable”, which is not afraid of being dropped or blistered.

According to Australian media reports, a mother found a Nokia 3210 wrapped in seashells while walking on the beach in Australia’s Gold Coast (GoldCoast).

Then her daughter brought this “very story” Nokia 3210 to school to show off. Surprisingly, this Nokia 3210 is covered with barnacles (common organisms in the ocean) due to long-term immersion in seawater.

The Nokia 3210 is said to be a candy bar mobile phone that was launched in October 1999. It was the most powerful mobile phone at the time, and the Nokia 3210 mobile phone was very durable and was once a trend setter. Even if it has been soaked in sea water for an unknown number of years, you can see that it still maintains a complete appearance.

A passerby picked up a Nokia 3210 soaking in seashells, a 1990s magic phone

Cell phones have alarm clocks, calculators, currency converters, and more. At the same time, the phone has 3 built-in games, Snake, Tetris, and Logic Guessing. It can be said that he is a pioneer of playing games on mobile phones.

In addition, it is the second best selling mobile phone in the world, with 160 million units sold after its launch.

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