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  • 1. Cell Phones
  • 2. History
    * The first official cell phone was the Motorola Dyna-Tac.
    * Weight: 2.5 pounds
    * Talk time: 35 minutes
    * Recharge time: 10 hours
    * Features: talk, listen, dial
    * Made in 1973
    * Price: $3,995 in 1983 dollars
  • 3. Nokia Mobira Senator (1982)
    It may look more like a boombox than a portable phone, but this boxy, bulky device was actually Nokia's first mobile phone.
    -Introduced in 1982, the Nokia Mobira Senator was designed for use in cars. It weighed about 21 pounds.
    Pre-iPhone: BellSouth/IBM Simon Personal
    Communicator (1993)
    A cell phone with added PDA functions isn't news
    today.
    -In 1993, it was a novel idea. The Simon Personal
    Communicator, jointly marketed by IBM and
    BellSouth, was the first mobile phone to add PDA
    features. It was a phone, pager, calculator, address
    book, fax machine, and e-mail device in one package,
    It cost $900.
  • 4. Motorola StarTAC (1996)
    Before the Motorola StarTAC was introduced in 1996, cell phones were more about function than fashion. But this tiny, lightweight phone ushered in the concept that style was just as important, ultimately paving the way for today's sleek-looking phones like the Motorola Razr. This 3.1-ounce clamshell-style phone, which could easily be clipped to a belt, was the smallest and lightest of its time. In fact, it was smaller and lighter than many of today's cell phones.
    Nokia 6160 (1998) or Nokia 8260 (2000)
    In the late 1990s, Nokia's candybar-style cell phones were all the rage. Nokia 6160 was the company's best-selling handset of the 1990s. The somewhat sleeker Nokia 8260, introduced in 2000, added a colorful case and lost some of the 6160's bulk: it stood only about 4 inches tall and weighed 3.4 ounces, compared with almost 6 ounces for the 6160.
  • 5. Handspring Treo 180 (2001)
    Sanyo SCP-5300 (2002)
    Motorola Razr v3 (2004)
    Motorola Rokr (2005)
  • 6. BlackBerry Pearl (2006)
    Research In Motion continued its efforts to shed its
    strictly-business image with the consumer-friendly
    Pearl. This phone, with its slim design and SureType
    keyboard, looked the part. It went further than the
    7100t, however: the Pearl was the first BlackBerry to
    include a camera and an audio/video player.
    iPhone (2007Apple)
    The iPhone is an internet and multimedia enabled smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. Because its minimal hardware interface lacks a physical keyboard, the multi-touch screen renders a virtual keyboard when necessary. The iPhone functions as a camera phone (also including text messaging and visual voicemail), a portable media player (equivalent to a video iPod), and an Internet client (with email, web browsing, and Wi-Fi (connectivity). It was introduced in the United States on June 29, 2007 before being marketed worldwide.
  • 7. Black Berry Tour
    Height: 4.4 inches (112 mm)
    Width: 2.4 inches (62 mm)
    Weight: 4.58 ounces (130 grams)
    Available Features
    World Phone Capabilities
    3G Network
    Camera (3.2 MP)
    256 MB Built-in Memory
    Enhanced Media Player
    Supports BlackBerry App World™
    Built-in GPS
    BlackBerry® Maps
    Wireless Email
    Organizer
    Browser
    Phone
    Corporate Data Access
    SMS/MMS
  • 8. iPhone 3G
    Software
  • 9. iPhone
    Display Type TFT capacitive touchscreen- Scratch-resistant surface
    Sound Alert types: Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones
    Speakerphone - 3.5 mm headset jack Memory
    Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
    Call records 100 received, dialed and missed calls
    Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS(threaded view), Email Browser HTML (Safari)
    Games Downloadable
    Colors Black(8/16 GB), White (16 GB)
    GPS
    Google Maps- Audio/video player
  • 10. Work Cited
    www.google.com
    www.verizonwireless.com
    www.wikipedia.com