The first hand-held cell phone, 8000x, DynaTAC was presented by Martin Cooper, head of systems Department at Motorola, in 1973 in front of the New York Hilton on Sixth Avenue. Mobile phone weighing approximately 1 kg, and it was not until 1983 that the DynaTAC 8000x came on the market.
The world’s first SMS
The 3. December 1992 set a 22-year-old Canadian test engineering itself down, and wrote a short message: “Merry Christmas”. The message came forward to Richard Jarvis ‘ mobile phone via Vodafone’s network, and this message is regarded as the world’s first SMS-message.
The world’s best to taste
The text used by Guiness ‘ competition in the sms entry reads like this: “The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human. ”
The text is in 160 characters, and it is also used when there are Norwegian Championships in text input. It was Frode Ness who set world record during the Norwegian Championships in sms entry in 2010:34,65 seconds. Lightning fast!
The world’s first mobile phone that supports MP3
Siemens SL45 was launched in 2001, and it was the world’s first mobile phone with extended memory, which supports MP3. Together with the phone was there an MMC memory card of 32 MB. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose costs approximately 44 300 000 dollars
Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose is considered the world’s most expensive mobile phone. It costs 500,000 pounds (about 49.900.000 dollars), with the frame covered by approximately 500 diamonds each weighing over 100 carats, and the cover in yellow gold with the Apple logo created by 53 diamonds.