What Did the First Mobile Phones Look like?


The world?s first mobile phone was introduced around 1983-Motorola (DynaTAC 8000X). It was brick sized and weighed 785g and measured 300x44x89mm. It had LED display instead of an LCD. It had a 150mm aerial protruding from the top of it and you could also manage to save the princely total of 30 numbers in the memory of the phone.
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The first mobile phones resembled small radios. They had a long antenna that was responsible for picking up signals. They were also large in size compared to modern day phones.
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