Until about 20 years ago, few people of cell phones?
- 6 months ago
I've always admired the British culture
- AVDADDYLv 76 months ago
What you have written makes no sense, and it is certainly not a question.
- don rLv 76 months ago
Subsequently human intelligence has been on an exponential decline. What else.
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- JerryLv 76 months ago
The world’s first mobile phone call was made on April 3, 1973, when Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola, called a rival telecommunications company and informed them he was speaking via a mobile phone
In 1983, Motorola released its first commercial mobile phone, known as the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X. The handset offered 30 minutes of talk-time, six hours standby, and could store 30 phone numbers. It also cost $3995.
1990 to 1995 represented an upward swerve in design and portability, with mobile devices gradually starting to appear in the hands of average consumers for the first time.
The late 1990 say an explosion of design and people using cell phones and cell phone were fast becoming the norm for telephone communications.
- chorleLv 76 months ago
This is what I found in a web search of history of mobile phone industry, but the article seems to only cover smartphones
- Anonymous6 months ago
few people of cell phones? ???? OK, is this a question?
- .Lv 76 months ago
In my experience, cell phone use became quite common around the years 2003-2004. But I haven't done any research to back up that claim.