The Journey Of Mobile Phones And Its Price Since 1982 [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Reminiscent the past memories, the mobile were used for the essential rescue especially by police person or government officials. The first mobile phone – introduced in 1982 by Motorola (model DynaTac 8000X) – had astonishing weight of two-pounds. At present, the mobile phone devices are far advanced compare to the computers of nineties. Interestingly, the two-pound Motorola mobile set has been converted into 7mm slim Motorola Razr now. It’s not the story of a night; the mobile sets have gone through its own evolution then only it has reached to such destination.

Presently, an enormous number of folks would like to own the latest smartphone like iPhone 4S, Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound, Motorola DROID or Razr in their hand.  The introduction of smartphone has completely changed the definition of mobile phone in last one decade. The infographic demonstrates the increasing number of features and the shrinking price day-by-day in the mobile devices.

Initially, the first mobile handset—Motorola DynaTac 8000X—was very highly priced $3,995 ; despite of poor battery performance of just 1 hrs of talk time. The infographic ends with “Phone of the future”, which procrastinates features of the future like HD graphics, electronics payments, better battery life, and game console.

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From infographic, it’s clear that the future mobile phone would have colossal awesome features and also would have the nominal price tags. Devices would be like a mini computer in the pocket that would make the life more comfort. The number of apps increasing in the devices is directly proportional to the increment in number of activities like e-payment, web browsing, apps and videos download and more. These activities might augment the expenditure of the masses worldwide. However, the users would own the high-end mobile phone in just $200 but the annual expenditure on the different activities would surplus its savings.

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