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Nokia 7710

In a time where most phones were resolutely rectangle, Nokia broke the mold with this bizarre teardrop shaped device, which went on sale in 2003. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Not just the 3310: Nokia's weirdest ever phone designs

Matilda Long

Nokia has announced its bringing back the iconic 3310 – the brick-like handset that achieved cult status thanks to its unbeatable reliability.

Released in 2000, it had a battery that lasted eons, a sturdy body that withstood the most careful chucking about, and the champion of thumb-based gaming: Snake II.

But not every Nokia phone design was quite so practical, in fact some of the Finnish firm’s releases were downright outlandish.

These are some of the wackiest models.