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Mobiles through the ages

We take a look back at how mobile phones have changed over the years.
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  • 1982 - Mobira Senator
  • 1983 Motorola DynaTAC
  • 1984 - Nokiaís Mobira Talkman
  • 1985 - Siemens Oxford C1
  • 1988 - Ericsson Hotline
  • 1989 Motorola MicroTAC
  • 1992 - Nokia 101
  • 1993 - Communicator - BellSouth Simon
  • 1997 - Motorola StarTAC
  • 1998 - Nokia 5110
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1982 - Mobira Senator
1982 - Mobira Senator
Hardly pocket sized, this chunky beast would most definitely weigh you down at a whopping 21 pounds.

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