WORLD'S FIRST CELL PHONE
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What is the world's first cell phone?
In 1984 they lined up by the thousands to shell out
$3,995.00 USD for what is now referred to as 'The Brick'.
Designed by Rudy Krolopp, the Motorola DynaTac 8000X was the world's first cell
The Motorola DynaTac 8000X took more than 10 years to
It cost over $100 million to develop.
It weighed 2 pounds earning the nick name 'The Brick'.
The DynaTac 8000X only had a 1/2 hour talk-time per charge.
The first cell phone call actually
took place 10 years earlier.
On April 03 1973 Martin Cooper, general manager of
Motorola's Communications Systems Division, place a phone call to AT&T's Bell
Labs from the streets of New York City on a development model of the DynaTac
Motorola DynaTAC 8000X
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