Think calls are dying, the data says they’re not

Think calls are dying? The data says they're not

Think calls are dying, the data says they’re not

Trivia for today? Who invented the first cell phone? Read this article and find out who! #HummerGuard #LikeNothingElse

The first mobile phone call was placed 40 years ago today

1978 Advanced Mobile Phone System - First commercially available celluar phone system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DynaTAC (First commercially available mobile phone - - AMPS Technology using FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access)

Motorola DynaTAC, 1984 - the first mobile phone

Motorola DynaTAC, 1984 - the first mobile phone

1984 ... the first US commercial cell phone ... the Motorola DynaTAC

40 Years Later, 11 Game-Changing Phones

April 3 marks 40 years since Motorola's Martin Cooper made his first mobile phone call on a Motorola DynaTAC. The history of the mobile phone, infographic.

Motorola DynaTAC, Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, was introduced to the public in 1984. This is the first public available cell phone. Compare to today's cell phone, there are many differences. This phone weighted heavier with about 1.75 pounds. When carrying this cell phone, people felt like carrying a brick on their hands or in their bags. Also, the battery can only allow a 30 minute call rather than today's thousands of minute calls.

How we stopped communicating like animals: 15 ways phones have evolved

Motorola DynaTAC - 1973 Martin Cooper built the world's first cell phone in just 90 days. Without large-scale integrated circuits, engineers had to stuff thousands of resistors, capacitors, inductors, and ceramic filters into a pound package.

http://www.mobilophiles.com/2014/10/le-premier-telephone-portable-au-monde-le-motorola-dynatac-8000x-dit-brick-phone.html

http://www.mobilophiles.com/2014/10/le-premier-telephone-portable-au-monde-le-motorola-dynatac-8000x-dit-brick-phone.html

Motorola DynaTAC, do you remember?

Motorola DynaTAC, do you remember?

Motorola DynaTAC 8000X

The First Cellphone Went on Sale 30 Years Ago for $4,000

One of the first cell phones. Try sticking that in your pocket! The Brick

The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X first received its approval from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and become the world’s first commercial handheld mobile phone (Cell Phone to the Americans). Description from phonesreview.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Talking earlier on where would you be without your mobile phone (Read Here) we thought you should see where they were back … History: Motorola DynaTAC was the first ever handheld mobile phone

DynaTAC is a series of cellular telephones manufactured by Motorola, Inc. from 1984 to 1994. The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X commercial portable cellular phone, received approval from the U.S. FCC on September 21, 1983. ,[1] and became the first cell phone to be offered commercially in 1984. 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

This Day in History: Martin Cooper Publicly Demonstrates the World's First Handheld Mobile Phone

This Infographic explains us the Information about the Future Of Mobile Technology in terms of embedded physical sensors and data exchange abilities. #Technology #MobileTechnology #Mobile

This Infographic explains us the Information about the Future Of Mobile Technology in terms of embedded physical sensors and data exchange abilities.

The First Cellphone Went on Sale 30 Years Ago for $4000.00

The First Cellphone Went on Sale 30 Years Ago for $4,000

Man using the first cellphone the year it was released in 1984

Motorola dynatac 8000x

Motorola DynaTAC 8000x

How Motorola invented the cellphone in 6 weeks and transformed how we communicate

OK, I didn't but this phone originally but I did get one on eBay.  It actually worked as recently as about 2007 or so.  The original Motorola Dynatac "brick phone" had 30 minutes of battery life, weighed a couple pounds, and cost $3995 at launch in 1983!

In 1983 the Motorola DynaTAC received approval from the U. Federal Communications Commission and become the world's first commercial handheld cellular phone.

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