History of Mobile Phones : Images
The mobile phones are now a fundamental part of society for good or for evil, but even they had a source.
In the last forty years, the mobile phones have undergone impressive evolutionary leap.
The road they have traveled has been long: from units that were being loaded into a bag to modern smartphones.
In the late seventies, the line defining the cellular phones was a little blurry. Some were too big and heavy to be loaded, so they were often placed in cars, boats and other vehicles. The next step was inevitable.
The phones were slowly reducing its size and becoming portable. The first examples were very rough, but met its goal.
In the eighties, the mobile phone concept sought its point of maturity.
Already in the ninety, the efforts of many companies turned to the size reduction and enlargement of the battery.
With the advent of the XXI century, the goals became the accessibility and the massive scope. Currently, a large number of specimens have processing power that have nothing to envy to a whole computer.
Everything has changed in the world of mobile telephony since April 3, 1973, when Martin Cooper made the first mobile phone call in history.
1973: The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X
1982:Nokia Mobira Senator weighed 9.5 kg
1985:Siemens launched C1 model
1988: Ericsson Hotline weights 4.5 kg
1992: Four years later, Nokia introduced its Model 1011, the first GSM mobile
1993: IBM and BellSouth Launched Simon Personal Communicator with Phone, fax and calendar.
1996: Motorola introduced the StarTAC with just 95 grams
2000: Sharp Launched J-SH04, the first phone with integrated camera
2000:Ericsson creates T36, the first prototype with Bluetooth, for the T39 base
2001: The Samsung Uproar SPH-M100 was the first to have MP3 player
2003: Nokia sold 250 million units of its model 1100
2003: In the same year, Nokia introduced N-Gage, A gaming phone
2007: Apple braked all the rules and records with the iPhone
2008: Google enters the market with Android, through HTC Dream