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Phones of the Future Lillie Cook

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Transcript of Phones of the Future Lillie Cook

Phones of the Future
By Lillie Cook
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Then to now...
From 1973 to 2013 phones have evolved dramatically. On phones now we have such things as: Touch Screen, games, apps and cameras. Comparing the Motorola DynaTac to more modern phones like the Iphone5c or the Samsung Galaxy S4, we now have texting and media on our phones.
In the Future...
In the future phones are looking to be 10 times as compatible as they are now. Phones are looking to be able to fold, bend and turn into headphones. They will have such things as OLED screens, voice control and chemically based solar skins to charge the battery when it’s exposed to light.
Thanks for watching...
Hope you enjoyed my presentation on future mobile phones.
The first phone
The first phone was made by Dr Martin Cooper, who worked for Motorola. The first phone was called Motorola DynaTAC. It offered 30 minutes of talk time and 8 hours of standby, and a LED display for dialing or recall of one of 30 phone numbers.It was priced at $3,995 in 1983.
Companies...
In the future such companies as blackberry will no longer exist, they will supposedly be replaced by upcoming companies like Motorola, Nokia and LG. Though we will be seeing companies appear like NEC Design and Kambala who are going to be new to the market
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