Evolution of Mobile Phones (1993-2013)

  • Nokia 2110

    Nokia 2110
    The Nokia 2110 was a cellular phone made by the Finnish telecommunications firm Nokia, first announced in 1993. It is the first Nokia with the Nokia tune ringtone.[1] The phone has only basic functions like SMS send/receive, and lists 10 dialed calls, 10 received calls and 10 missed calls. A later version Nokia 2110i came with a bigger memory and a protruding antenna knob, which was released in 1994.
  • Nokia 3210

    Nokia 3210
    The Nokia 3210 is a GSM cellular phone, announced by Nokia on 18 March 1999.[1] With 160 million units sold,[2][3] the 3210 is one of the most popular and successful phones in history.
  • Nokia 6210

    Nokia 6210
    The Nokia 6210 is a mobile phone made by Nokia. It has been available since 2000. In addition to calling and SMS messaging, the phone has many other features, such as an alarm clock, a HSCSD modem, a web client, 3 games (Snake 2, Pairs II and Opposite), a calculator, a 'to-do' list application, a calendar, infra-red connectivity, a voice recorder and a stopwatch.
  • Ericsson T39

    Ericsson T39
    The Ericsson T39 was a GSM mobile phone released by Ericsson Mobile Communications in 2001, it was the follow-up to the T28 and T29. The prototype, which was unveiled in 2000, was the second phone with built-in Bluetooth, while the first was Ericsson R520M.
  • Black Berry Curve 8900

    Black Berry Curve 8900
    BlackBerry Curve is a brand of professional smartphones that have been manufactured by BlackBerry Ltd since 2007. The BlackBerry Curve brand was
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  • Apple Iphone

    Apple Iphone
    iPhone (/ˈaɪfoʊn/ EYE-fone) is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPhone line of products use Apple's iOS mobile operating system software. The first-generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, and multiple new hardware iterations with new iOS releases have been released since.
  • Samsung Galaxy S2

    Samsung Galaxy S2
    The Samsung Galaxy S II is a touchscreen-enabled, slate-format Android smartphone designed, developed, and marketed by Samsung Electronics. It has additional software features, expanded hardware, and a redesigned physique compared to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S. The S II was launched with Android 2.3 "Gingerbread", with updates to Android 4.1.2 "Jelly Bean".
  • Sony Xperia Z Ultra

    Sony Xperia Z Ultra
    The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is a 2013 phablet designed and manufactured by Sony Mobile. Codenamed Togari and marketed as "the world's slimmest Full HD smartphone" it is the first phone that allows users to take notes or draw on with a regular pen or pencil.
  • Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung Galaxy S4
    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is an Android smartphone produced by Samsung Electronics and was first shown publicly on March 14, 2013 at Samsung Mobile Unpacked in New York City. It is the successor to the Galaxy S III which maintains a similar design, but with upgraded hardware and an increased focus on software features that take advantage of its hardware capabilities—such as the ability to detect when a finger is hovered over the screen, and expanded eye tracking functionality.