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ArthurWill
post Dec 18 2008, 11:30 PM
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1995
Motorola 3200 - the beginning of mobile phone era. A good place to find this handset is old movies.
(IMG:http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/1705/23434940665ba2cd917bsz5.jpg)


Motorola 8900 - the first flip phone. My parent's first mobile phone too!
(IMG:http://www.cellularmagazine.it/img/upload/167_big.jpg)


1998
Ericsson GH337
(IMG:http://mobile.softpedia.com/images/phones/509_1.jpg)


Nokia 5110 - the first mobile phone with exchangeable cover.
(IMG:http://img385.imageshack.us/img385/8049/5110dj8.jpg)


Ericsson GH398 - the first mobile phone which allow users to create their own ringtones.
(IMG:http://www.glomarket.com/upload/L549.jpg)


1999
Motorola 328 - the first clamshell.
(IMG:http://img.139shop.com/Goods/MOTOROLA/328CB.jpg)


Siemens SL1088 - the first slide phone.
(IMG:http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/2655/5621707861894gn7.jpg)


Nokia 3210 - the first phone with built-in antenna.
(IMG:http://img364.imageshack.us/img364/5848/nokia3210pi4.jpg)


2000
Samsung A288 - the first phone with dual screen and the beginning of having time and date on standby screen.
(IMG:http://img5.pcpop.com/ProductImages/Leader/0/15/000015316.jpg)


Samsung M188 - the first phone which support mp3 playback! Today, mp3 playback is virtually a must! Just ask SE Walkman series fans.
(IMG:http://www.88comm.com/images/mobile/Samsung/sgh_m188.gif)


Motorola A6188 - the world first touchscreen mobile device!
(IMG:http://img122.imageshack.us/img122/341/motorolaa6188jr7.jpg)


2001
Nokia 8250 - no more black & white screen. My first mobile phone.
(IMG:http://www.imobile.com.au/images/buyer_guide/feb01/Nokia8250.jpg)


2002
Motorola V70 - the first swivel phone
(IMG:http://www.mobiles-actus.com/photos/telephone/205x268/motorola-v70-1.jpg)


Nokia 7650 - first camera phone
(IMG:http://direct-accessories.co.uk/images/Nokia7650.jpg)


2004
Motorola v3 - the beginning of super slim Razr series.
(IMG:http://img242.imageshack.us/img242/8162/motorolav3cbttmobilez1ef3.jpg)


Nokia 7610 - Nokia's 1st handset with megapixel camera.
(IMG:http://img360.imageshack.us/img360/7159/7790606nokia7610lr6.jpg)


2005
Nokia N70 - The first N-series handset!
(IMG:http://img384.imageshack.us/img384/5412/20060207nokian70as8.jpg)


Sony Ericsson W800 - The 1st Walkman phone. Some claim that it's still one of the best walkman phone they have.
(IMG:http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/2231/sonyw800zk0.jpg)


Sony Ericsson K750 - 2MP camera, autofocus, and 4x zoom. Tr this phone was unprecedented.
(IMG:http://www.lordpercy.com/k750_2.JPG)


2006
LG Chocolate - the most well known LG phone
(IMG:http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/811/lgchocolateru8.jpg)


2007
Apple iPhone - world first touch-screen device. The amount of manufacturers that follow Apple's lead is amazing. LG, HTC, Nokia etc. Your name it.
(IMG:http://img362.imageshack.us/img362/7748/iphonehomevf4.gif)


Nokia N95 - 5MP camera phone. Arguably the best N-series so far.
(IMG:http://img380.imageshack.us/img380/8317/nokian953n5291138mainsy6.jpg)


2008
HTC G1 - running on the internet giant Google's Android OS.
(IMG:http://img114.imageshack.us/img114/173/keyboard23sep2008uh7.jpg)


Nokia 5800 - Nokia's 1st Touchscreen handset.
(IMG:http://img384.imageshack.us/img384/3838/nokia5800xpressmusic1le7.jpg)
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post Dec 19 2008, 01:16 AM
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It's a nice history line, but I must say that at least here there were some other mobiles, that were "in" like Nokia 3310, Ericsson T10 etc...Sony Z5, and Sony Z7 :)

Also w800 came after k750, and it was announced in 2005, but came in 2006 :P
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post Dec 19 2008, 03:22 AM
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I think this was the first colour phone. Not as sure with this one but it may have even been the first camera phone (camera sold separately):

T68 (2001):
(IMG:http://img.gsmarena.com/vv/pics/ericsson/ert68_00.jpg)

101x80 with 256 colours haha very limited compared to today's QVGA with 256k colours.

Edit: The first colour phone may have been the Siemens S10 or S25 with 4 colours in 1998. That's not true colour though (says the biased SE fan) :P

Edit 2: It wasn't the first camera phone either. camera phone. The first camera phone (phone with a camera) apparently was the Sharp J-SH04 in November 2000:

(IMG:http://www.mobilmania.sk/Files/Obrazky/2006/fot-mob/20060605122139400.jpg)

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post Dec 19 2008, 03:45 AM
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Nice one Vince! :good: What do you mean by camera being sold separately? :unsure:
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post Dec 19 2008, 05:07 AM
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http://www.mphone.co.uk/sonyericsson/image...sson_t68i_2.jpg

It was attachable. I think it was a late add-on to the model. ;)
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post Dec 20 2008, 03:52 AM
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Oooooo. I get it now. :)
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post Dec 20 2008, 05:47 AM
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nice compilation Arthur!
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Nice piece of info AW :10: Thx for it :good:
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post Dec 20 2008, 11:42 PM
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Year 2000 - Motorola A6188 - the world first touchscreen mobile device!

Year 2007 - Apple iPhone - world first touch-screen device.

Erm! There can be only one (C. Lambert, Highlander) :byebye:

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post Dec 21 2008, 12:05 AM
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They are two different touchscreen devices. The Moto A6188 doesn't support the multi-touch gestures like that iPhone. :)
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