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MOBILE PHONES EVOLUTION

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Kim Jin Wook

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Transcript of MOBILE PHONES EVOLUTION

1956
1973: FIRST CELL PHONE
1984-Nokia Mobira Talkman
1999: first phone with the Internet (Nokia 7110)

1998: first phone to feature an internal antenna (Nokia 8810)

1997: first phone to feature a full keyboard (Nokia 9000i Communicator)

Nokia 8110 used in the film Matrix
2002: (Sprint, Japanese brand) first cell phone with a camera.
2013-2007
Motorola was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone. On 3 April 1973 Martin Cooper made the first mobile phone call from handheld equipment to Dr. Joel S. Engel, from Bell Labs.
FIRST TELEPHONES
COOPER'S PHONE
The hand held phone used by Dr. Cooper weighed 2.5 pounds and measured 9 inches long, 5 inches deep and 1.75 inches wide. It offered a talk time of just 30 minutes and took 10 hours to re-charge.
1994: ("The Simon") The first smartphone and touch screen.
1996: The first clam shell phone. (Motorola)
2000: The first bluetooth capable phone by Ericsson
2003
2004
2005
2006
Evolution of the mobile phone
Mobile Phone
Bibliography
Class Activity
Nokia 8110 was the first of Nokia's high-end, 8xxx series of phones released in 1996. Its distinctive styling was the first example of a 'slider' form factor
It was also known as 'banana phone'
1996

1989: The first truly portable phone by Motorola
1992: The first digital hand-size mobile phone by Motorola
1999: The first phone with GPS system installed.




1987 Alexander Bell
Future of the Mobile Phone
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