Alexander Graham Bell creates the first phone. The first words spoken via telephone were from Bell to his assistant Watson, saying "Mr. Watson--come here--I want to see you."
Bell Telephone Company
In July of 1777 the Bell Telephone Company was formed by Gardiner Hubbard.
First phone with the ability to dial out rather than going through an operator.
The Frankfut "Bauhaus" is created. It was known as the first version of the rotary telephone.
Mobile Phone for Cars
In 1960 in Sweden, the first automatic mobile phone system for cars (Mobile Telephone System A) was launched.
AT&T creates the first videophone.
First Mobile Phone
The first mobile phone, known as the AEG Telecar CD, is created
First Flip Cell Phone
The first flip cell phone, the Motorola MicroTAC9800X, is created.
1st Touch Screen phone
The IBM Simon is created and is considered to be the first smart phone and touch screen.
Popular Flip Phone
The Motorola StarTAC is created, and it helps start the cell phone craze.
First Cell Phone with Camera
The Sharp J-SHO4 becomes the first cell phone with a camera built in.
The Blackberry 5810 is created, revolutionizing the telephone industry as well as introducing the world to the BlackBerry Brand.
The first iPhone is created by Steve Jobs and Apple. The iPhone allowed for your phone to be an iPod, a telephone, and was able to have games known as "apps."
The T-Mobile G1 is created, becoming the first phone to use Google's Android operating system.
Pranav Mistry and his studies at MIT found that through the use of a simple camera, it could bring the digital world to the physical world. He came out with this study in 2009, but has not been released to the public.
LG Flutter Concept Phone
The LG Flutter will have an opportunity to be featured in a future blockbuster movie. The device opens up like a fan, as you can see in the image above and has a flexible OLED touch screen display that scrolls radically.
The Kambala Ear-Phone
The Kambala is a mobile phone that transforms to an earphone as well. Pop the center piece and the earpiece clip pings out; clip this to your ear and you got a phone-earphone! Multilayered Polymer which hosts all the electronic components is used in its construction. A continuous flexi-screen with plenty of sensors makeup the surface and it has the ability to transmit the image on the inside of the phone to the outside.
Yuxa From Eco-Friendly Materials
Mexican designer Veronica Eugenia Rodriguez Ortiz created the Yuxa wearable cell phone concept. This is an eco-friendly phone featuring an OLED display and rechargeable battery, plus an innovative means of communication.