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40 Years of Cellphone

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This project, 40 Years of Cellphone by Amrit Pal Singh, gives a brief tech history lesson for anyone who can’t remember what phones were like before smartphones, starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and featuring just a few of the more popular models through the years. From Singh:

If you recognize the voice in the script, you’ll know it’s from an old advertisement from 1980s for DynaTAC. At the time, no one knew how big mobile would become…

Related watching — Museum of Obsolete Objects: The Quill.

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