Here’s a retro trend that you might not have anticipated. Dumb phones are making a comeback. These so-called “feature phones” were last seen in the U.S. in the early 2000s before smart phones were introduced. They may have basic internet but they have only a tiny screen, no video and no fancy games. Brands like Nokia continue to sell them in the millions in other countries. According to CNBC, they’re gaining in popularity among young Americans who are worried that they’re too tied to their smart phones and want a minimalist alternative.