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The British “Ben Wood” and “Matt Chatterley” opened the mobile phone museum on the Internet, the Mobile Phone Museum.
Visitors can see 2,200 models of vintage telephones, including the first GSM mobile phone for fully digital mobile networks, the Motorola International 3200 from 1992, and the massive device featured an antenna and weighed more than a pound.

This phone was a revolutionary fact in its time since until the mid or late eighties, analog network phones weighed around 5 kg, and these phones were installed in cars and not carried by the user.

In the 1990s, mobile phones became pocket-friendly, and many models appeared, bearing the logo of famous electronic companies such as Ericsson, Nokia, and Siemens, and these phones were equipped with an antenna and weighed 300 grams. or less in some cases.

The museum’s exhibits include other vintage models such as the IBM Simon from 1993 or the Nokia 9000 Communicator with removable keyboard from 1996, and the first 1-pixel camera phone, the Sharp GX30 from 2004.

The first iPhone
Visitors can see the first iPhone, which in 2007 combined the then-known hardware components with an entirely new operating system, as well as the HTC Dream, Google’s first Android phone released in 2008.

best selling phones
The category of best-selling phones includes the Nokia 3310, which appeared in 2000, and the foldable Motorola Razr V3, in 2004, and the first group includes the first models of the production series, which achieved worldwide fame as the Sony Ericsson W800 from 2005 the first Walkman phone and Samsung Galaxy S in 2010, which comes out today.

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