In addition to the examples, Richard also includes links to each relevant Flickr set, in case you want to see more from each.
The low grade images from the 7650 and other early 'Series 60' handsets are astonishingly bad - can you remember when camera phones were this primitive? It's evident from Richard's examples that it was the arrival of the Nokia N70, with 2 megapixel camera and decent optics, that the camera phone art became a 'thing'. And even the N70 didn't have auto-focus, with Richard really finding his stride, it seems, in the massive-selling Nokia N95, the world's first 5MP auto-focus camera phone - I still have one and fondle it lovingly sometimes!
From the detailed article:
Nokia 6600 – year 2004
And from more modern times:
Whilst in US we drove down to Washington DC to meet up with our Californian friends for a few day. I made sure to get up at 5am one morning and I think it was worth it for the pictures. Full set here
Nokia Lumia 1020 – 2013 to present