Part mini laptop and part phone, the Nokia 9290 was the U.S. version of the 9210, featuring a huge 4.3-inch x 1.4-inch screen, plush keyboard and flip-up antenna. When closed, this clamshell featured a dialpad on the front for making calls and a 1.2-inch x 0.8-inch monochrome display. Powered by the Symbian OS, the 9290 had a StrongARM 9 CPU and 16MB of RAM under the hood. Other features included music and video players, and the ability to create and edit office documents. At 8.8 ounces, the 9290 was indeed a brick, but it was also a pretty sweet status symbol.