A brief (and depressing) history of gaming phones

Nokia N-Gage This was how it all started. Launched in late 2003, the N-Gage was positioned as the Game Boy Advance of mobile phones. Its design bore a strong resemblance to Nokia’s 3300, but it packed a larger screen, plus a few more buttons. It even supported wireless multiplayer gaming over…

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