Cell Phones- By, Julia Moreno

  • The Brick Cell Phone

    The Brick Cell Phone
    Otherwise known as Motorola DynaTAC. The first cell phone. Weighed 2 pounds, offered just a half-hour of talk time for every recharging and sold for $3,995. This first phone started a new trend and the start of the we know today.
  • Motorola MicroTAC

    Motorola MicroTAC
    The 2nd cell phone made. The smallest and lightest phone available at the time. Upon its release, it made headlines across the world.The phone was released as the "MicroTAC Pocket Cellular Telephone." The first MicroTACs were known as the Motorola 9800X, a continuation of the numerical name Motorola gave their phones in the 1980s. Designed to fit into a shirt pocket. These very rare phones featured a black plastic housing and a red 8-character dot-matrix LED display.
  • Motorola StarTAC

    Motorola StarTAC
    The 3rd cell phone made, the flip phone. Being the first ever clam-shell/flip mobile phone. It was the smallest phone available at the time and was immediately was a success. It cost $100 at the time of release.
  • Nokia 5110

    Nokia 5110
    The 4nd cell phone made. The Nokia 5110 was rugged, had excellent battery life, and featured an 84 by 48 pixel monochrome LCD with four LED back lights. These cellphones aimed at the young adult market, allowing users to customize their device, and it featured a game, Snake
  • Ericsson A1228d / A1228LX

    Ericsson A1228d / A1228LX
    This was the 5th cell phone made. This is a basic, entry-level TDMA phone. The A1228d is the original model. The A1228di adds two-way text messaging. The A1228LX is the model specifically for AT&T Wireless, and does include 2-way text messaging. It weighed 6.1 oz, it had 4 hours of talk, and could hold 200 contacts.
  • Treo 600

    Treo 600
    The 6th cell phone made. The Treo 600 is a rather large device by cell phone standards but compact for a PDA. The 600 is slightly wider and deeper than its predecessor and is nearly half an inch slimmer, giving it a more cell-phone like feel. The new form factor has been compared to a bar of soap. The design is definitely an example of form-follows-function, the front of the phone consists of a full QWERTY keyboard at the bottom with menu and home buttons at the bottom right.
  • Motorola v60c

    Motorola v60c
    The 7th cell phone made. This sleek, once-flagship Motorola phone was one of the first to feature Motorola's new, more intuitive user interface. It weighted 3.8 oz. It could hold 400 phone book contacts. It had text messaging and a headset jack.
  • Motorola E770

    Motorola E770
    The 8th cell phone made. It weighs 108 grams, The Standard Battery has 160 mins talktime and a standby time of 260 hours. Built-in antenna. Built-in handsfree. Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant messaging. Video capture, playback, download and streaming. 2 built-in VGA digital cameras.
  • Sony Ericsson T610

    Sony Ericsson T610
    The 9th cell phone made. A mobile phone manufactured by Sony Ericsson. It was one of the first widely available mobile phones to include a built-in digital camera, Bluetooth, color screen, joystick navigation, and was a very high selling model. It supports polyphonic ringtones in MIDI, and mobile games in Java ME and Mophun formats, and comes with three games. It does not have built-in handsfree or speakerphone capabilities, however.
  • Motorola Razr

    Motorola Razr
    The 10th cell phone made. Because of its striking appearance and thin profile, it was initially marketed as an exclusive fashion phone, but within a year, its price was lowered and it was wildly successful, selling over 50 million units by July 2006. Over the Razr's four-year run, the V3 model sold more than 130 million units, becoming the best-selling clamshell phone in the world to date.
  • HTC TyTN

    HTC TyTN
    The 11th cell phone made. Was an Internet-enabled Windows Mobile Pocket PC smartphone designed and marketed by High Tech Computer Corporation of Taiwan. It has a touchscreen with a left-side slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Include those of a camera phone and a portable media player in addition to text messaging and multimedia messaging. It also offers Internet services including e-mail, instant messaging, web browsing, and local Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • iPhone (1st generation)

    iPhone (1st generation)
    The 12th iphone made. During release, the iPhone was marketed as running "OS X". The name of the operating system was revealed as iPhone OS with the release of the iPhone SDK. The original iPhone supported three major versions of the operating system before it was discontinued: iPhone OS 1, 2, and 3. However, the full iPhone OS 3 feature set was not supported, and the last update the original iPhone received was iPhone OS 3.1.3.
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    In this time span many smart phones were made.

  • Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy S7

    Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy S7
    The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge feature big screens in incredibly slim designs that fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. You can't live without water or your smartphone, which is why the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have a certified water-resistant rating. They repel spills, splashes, and dunks without a bulky protective case.Running out of memory shouldn't be a thing. So if 32GB isn't already enough, you can add an additional 256GB with a microSD card.
  • iPhone 7

    iPhone 7
    The 14th cell phone. The newest iPhone. iPhone 7 dramatically improves the most important aspects of the iPhone experience. It introduces advanced new camera systems. The best performance and battery life ever in an iPhone. Immersive stereo speakers. The brightest, most colorful iPhone display. Splash and water resistance. And it looks every bit as powerful as it is. It has a fingerprint as a home button so you can use that as a password. It costs $649- $849.