DynaTAC


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DynaTAC

An early family of cellphones from Motorola. In 1983, the DynaTAC 8000x was the first commercial cellphone in the U.S. See Motorola and cellphone.
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[euro]e decade also saw the launch of the rst mobile phone, the Motorola DynaTAC.
Motorola continued to expand its tech operations, and introduced the first wireless mobile phone in 1983--the DynaTAC 8000X--which, at the time, was heralded as a turning point in technological achievement.
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In 1983, the DynaTAC 8000x was the first to be commercially available.
Indeed, Glass is the Motorola Brick (officially known as the DynaTAC, first production cell phone) of the next era--an early symbol of what's to come.
Cooper made the call on Sixth Avenue in New York, before going into a press conference using a Motorola DynaTAC -- a device that weighed one kilogram, (2.2 pounds) and had a battery life of 20 minutes, according to Motorola.
In the film he was using the latest Motorola DynaTAC, developed from the handset Martin used in 1973, which was a very early prototype needing 10 hours to charge for 60 minutes of chat.
For the real milestone 10 years later, a 790-gram Motorola DynaTAC made the first call from a commercial mobile phone, in a Mercedes in 1983.
For the real milestone 10 years later, a 790gram Motorola DynaTAC made the first call from a commercial mobile phone, in a Mercedes in 1983.
That first mobile phone was known as the DynaTAC 8000x.