Woman Finds Her Lost Nokia Phone After 10 Years. Is It Still Working?

lost nokia 3410 found by missy b

TechNewsNation : Nokia phones were all the rage 10 years ago. The company produced many best-sellers, thanks to the low cost and reliability of the phones. Here, I’m going to tell you about Missy B, who lost her Nokia 3410 10 years ago only to find it again.

Losing a phone could be easily called a catastrophe, keeping in mind how easily they have become a part our lives. But, things were a little different a decade ago. We owned the phones that were very different from today’s iPhones and ‘Edgy’ Galaxy devices.Those phones were best for talking to our loved ones and sending a few texts. Another little thing — they were indestructible. Yes, folks, I’m talking about the legendary Nokia.

 

 

 

So, when Missy B lost her precious Nokia 3410 in a pasture while working cattle in 2005 or 2004, she was bound to get sad. However, she saw an opportunity and bought another iconic device Motorola Razr V3.

To her surprise, recently, one of her employees found the phone while working cattle in the exact same field. Well, it seems that her Nokia device has faced the furies of nature and it’s evident from the very first look at the device. The buttons of the phone have eroded and there’s a crack in the screen.

lost nokia 3410 found by missy b

Talking to Gizmodo, she said, “I think it’s past the point of working.” Also, she can’t locate her phone’s charger.

Can the dead come back and play our favorite Nokia tune? What do you think?

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