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Nokia 1208: ~100 million
An unremarkable, cheap, candybar-shaped phone, the Nokia 1208 was out in 2007 and has since passed the 100 million mark. Thanks to no camera, it was one of the cheapest Nokia phones — indeed of any manufacturer — on the market for some time, costing as low as $34 in India [PDF] and as much as $122 in Singapore. Partially thanks to the success of this phone, Nokia had more than 39 percent market share for the first quarter of 2008, according to Gartner figures.
Nokia 1600: ~130 million
Nokia sold around 130 million Nokia 1600 handsets when it first launched, thanks to its popularity in the pre-paid market. A strange factor to this handset's success was its pre-installed games, notably soccer, which was extremely popular among Asian and African markets. The phone was originally released in developing countries, but also saw massive sales in North America.
Motorola Razr: More than 130 million
Motorola has seen many iterations of the Razr, but saw lasting success with the original V3 series. The world's most popular clamshell phone, the now Google-owned company enjoyed runaway success after selling sold more than 130 million units in the four years it was on the market. Arguably, it kept Motorola's feature phone business for many years.
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