The Strangest Cellphones Ever Sold

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Who the hell would want one of these? Um, everybody? They are so weird that they roll over into awesome.

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Toshiba G450, an mp3 player, HDSPA modem and pendrive hybrid with one of the oddest keypads ever, 2008

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The GoldVish LeMillion, designed by Emmanuel Gueit in 2006, decorated with 18k white gold and 20 carats of VVS1 diamonds

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The Marlboro 508, a Chinese phone with actual space for cigarettes. It has also a 3 MP camera on its side, which is ideal for awesome spy shots.

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The Ferrari-like "F1"

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Nokia 7600, from 2003

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The Golden Buddha, with 24k gold paint job and a real piece of jade. Some of these were sold in China for $1,750 five years ago.

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C99 Star

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The extremely bizarre Xelibri series, created by Siemens mobile in 2003

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Vertu Signature Cobra, designed by the French jeweler Boucheron

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DISCUSSION

pessimippopotamus
Pessimippopotamus

Samsung makes dual screen smartphones for people who just can't get rid of their need for flip phones.


There's also a company called Yotaphone that makes a dual screened smartphone, with a conventional screen on one side and an e ink screen on the other.