The original caption for this photo of the Nokia 3310, which was released on Sept. 1, 2000, noted that the phone had advanced features like "voice dialing, picture messaging, predictive text input and games." No camera, though. And no Siri. Science & Society Picture Library/SSPL via Getty Images hide caption

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Nokia was the only large phone manufacturer in the world to commit to selling phones running Microsoft's operating system. Now Microsoft is buying Nokia's mobile phone business. Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Microsoft's Nokia Deal Shake Up Mobile?

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Nokia President and CEO Stephen Elop introduces the Lumia 900 smartphone during a CES news conference in Las Vegas. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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