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    • He left it at 20% and found it at 70%
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    • Nokia the only true source of unlimited power
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    • Now everything is planned obsolescence.
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    • People only had to talk on phones back then. Yall act surprised when we fuckin watch whole seasons on our phones and the battery drains
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    • Those shits have nuclear reactors for batteries I swear
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    • Can we just evolve Nokia’s to the modern age with the same benefits they have now? Or would that cause the laws of physics to collapse?
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    • I swear a Nokia is made when you surround one redstone block in bedrock.
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    • I found my old DS from like 2008, and it still turned on. I played Naruto for like a half an hour. Not as impressive as 20 years though.
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    • I once put my Nintendo DS light with pokemon platinum in a drawer closed but on. I forget how long I left it there bit it was still on. Gosh I hope my Empoleon didnt just have to watch me stand still for months
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    • They're the equivalent of fusion cores
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    • Petition to stop making bricks and cinder blocks and just used retired Nokia phones
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    • Last time someone dropped a Nokia all the dinosaurs died.
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    • Ok seriously what the fuck did they make those out of?
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    • People always seem so surprised by this, but it’s to be expected. Unlike modern phones there are no subprocesses while the phone isn’t in use, so when it’s not being used, it’s literally just a block of plastic and uses as much energy as a block of plastic would use just sitting there.
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    • It hasn’t even been 20 years since it was released yet
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    • So if after 20 years its left at 70%...effectively you can leave a Nokia in a drawer for 70-80 years and it will have at LEAST 1% left.
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    • Now to find the rest of the Infinity Phones....
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    • I wish I worked at apple and could just custom make my own phone with all the stuff they’ve invented but haven’t released, you could probably have a phone that goes for a week or 2 without a charge, waterproof and basically unbreakable.
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    • That battery formula should be used in electric cars
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    • You could make a bullet proof vest out of these fuckin things
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    • They don’t make phones like they used to
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    • No joke I had one of then original Nokia phones. Those things are literally made by god himself. Those things don't know destruction and can vouch that they sometimes really do recharge themselves
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    • Unlimited power is stored in the balls
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    • There should be a Creepypasta about a Nokia
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    • Thats not suprising with lithium ion batteries in somthing that has the processing power of a patato thats also dosnr have a lcd screen to power on standby mode
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    • Nokia runs in Nuclear Energy
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    • Why doesnt nokia just help with everything that requires power 😂
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    • Meanwhile, you’re lucky if your Apple phone lasts a full day
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    • I lost my nokia 3310 15 years ago. Today we were planting a tree in our backyard, and as we were digging I came across that old phone. My dog had obviously taking my phone and buried it. It didn't have a charge of course, But imagine my surprise after I charged it and it works perfect
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    • Nokia's run on the souls of the damned
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    • My friend threw my Nokia to the ground while yelling "Nokias are indestructible!" It shattered into 100 pieces. I was able to turn it back on, but several of the buttons wouldnt work anymore.
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    • We should use Nokia phones as a clean energy source. They clearly last forever
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    • He’s too powerful to be kept alive
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    • Mannn one time you charged your Nokia for the last time and didn’t realize it
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    • as funny as this is, electronics are really bad at reading their battery life after not being used for a long time. my calculator was unused all summer and then I checked it yesterday and it said 60%, then died in a minute.
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    • So, a Nintendo DS does the same thing and no one is talking about it
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    • 20 years ago: *leaves it in drawer with 71%"
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    • What’s 70% of infinity?
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    • I lost my DS Lite for about a year and when I found it again it was still in sleep mode
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    • My friend hasn't touched his DS since 1st grade and it still has 100% battery. We graduated.
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    • It was 73% when they lost it
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    • Congrats on the feature fam
      Xylon 22d
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    • Dew it
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    • Ever heard of the phone called "the brick"
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    • Apple and Android know these phones exist with durability and everlasting battery but they don't wanna use those materials to build good smartphones because they want you to come back next year to buy the latest phone or pay up the ass for insurance or hope you break the phone and buy a new one
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    • What is your secret! I've been running on -0% since 1994
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    • A person shot a Nokia with a hand gun and the bullet shattered and the phone was in perfect condition, imagine the people in breaking bad using Nokia's and they try to break them and they just break their hand
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    • False. His son has been secretly using it to sell drugs
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    • Nokia phones where made by aliens, change my fuckin mind
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    • Nokia is some alien shit technology
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    • I used to only charge mine once a week. It was awesome to go on vacation and not have to make sure you packed a charger.
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    • Plugs 40 Nokias together I have made the worlds first unlimited energy batteries
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    • Standby time of forever
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    • Imagine if you only had to charge your phone like every 40 years
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    • I found my fucking ds from abouy 8 years ago still had 3 bars
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    • If Nokia’s can do that shit smart phones have no excuse for their shitty battery life
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    • Furries are fuckin weird as fuck
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    • Well no not really unlimited power?
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    • That's why I believe the technology being used currently is losing battery so quickly purposefully, in the hopes that overall spending on "essentials" such as chargers increases, thus capitalism
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    • The only thing stronger than all 6 infinity stones
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    • Those things would last forever
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    • we should be powering space probes with these
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    • A Nokia that went below %60? Off brand.
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    • Fun fact, Nokia made phones that could withstand a tank running over it
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    • No internet, no backlight, no apps, no gps.. Essentially just something to send receive texts and calls and Snake haha
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    • Humans will go nearly extinct; and in 4,000 years the next civilization will find one fully charged and blame aliens
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    • Great Way To Get A Coma:Get Smacked In The Side Of The Head With A Nokia By Hulk
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    • Mm
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    • Is there gonna be an iFunny battle pass now that there are seasons?
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    • PsVita battery be like
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    • That couldn't be possible... your battery always drains I(your current)=(voltage/resistance).. that's why your car battery can die in the winter when the resistance drops due to the wire getting cold.. secondly-
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    • It's only because there are no background apps
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    • Idk if it was true but my friend said his brother got his DS taken away for 3 years and when he finally got it back, the light was still green
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    • No matter how much of a god that phone was li-on batteries at the time DEFINETLY were not that good at holding a charge.
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    • Guys hate to tell you this but thats probably their bu4ner phone that their S.O found
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    • None of you know how batteries work huh
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    • Loved that phone and the model before
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    • DS lite moment
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    • How can you use 70% of unlimited power?
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    • my phone dies at 20% in my pocket
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    • maybe cuz it was off i dunno
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    • Who doesnt open a drawer for 20 years?
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    • We did it boys the furry is gone.
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    • Nah actually 70%
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    • Party with my Nokia like it's 1999.
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    • Proof modern phones are a scam
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    • I turn my iPhone off at 30 percent and when I wake up it’s dead
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    • Travis Scott: StraiAiAght UP
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    • 20 years ago it had 70.5 percent
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    • If he waited 20 more years it might be at a nice 69%
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