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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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Nokia 2600: ~135 million
The Finnish phone maker sold around 135 million Nokia 2600 series handsets from 2004 when the device first went on sale. A relatively unremarkable phone, it was one of the first handset series' by the company to feature a color display, though did not include a camera.
This kept the cost down and made it hugely popular thanks to its low price tag. Incremental updates in the 2610, 2626 and the 2630 handsets had additional hardware capabilities and functionality, spanning the range of many wallet sizes even for smaller, less-viable economies.