1983 / 2009 Arası Cep Telefonlarındaki Değişim..!!!

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    Motorola DynaTAC 8000X

    Analog Motorola DynaTAC 8000X Advanced Mobile Phone System mobile phone as of 1983.
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    1989

    Motorola MicroTAC 9800X

    The first truly portable phone. Up until its release, most cellular phones were installed as car phones due to the inability to fit them into a jacket pocket.
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    1992

    Motorola International 3200

    The first digital hand-size mobile telephone.
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    Nokia 1011

    This was the first mass-produced GSM phone. It was produced until 1994.
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    1993

    BellSouth/IBM Simon Personal Communicator

    The IBM Simon was the first PDA/Phone combo.


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    1996

    Motorola StarTAC

    The first clamshell cellular phone. Also one of the first display screens featured on a cell.
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    Nokia 9000 Communicator

    The first smartphone series, driven by an Intel 386 CPU.
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    1998

    Nokia 9110i

    This iteration of Nokia’s Communicator series significantly reduced the weight of this precursor to the smartphone.
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    Nokia 5110

    This cell phone was the most popular consumer model at the time of its release and for some time afterwards.
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    1999

    Nokia 8210

    This phone was loved for its customizable design, but hated for its screen fade.


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    Nokia 7110

    The first mobile phone with a WAP browser.
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    Benefon Esc!

    This was the first instance of a GPS being integrated into a mobile phone, and was sold mostly in Europe.
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    Samsung SPH-M100 Uproar

    The Uproar was the first cell phone to have MP3 music capabilities.
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    Nokia 3210

    The internal antenna and predictive T9 text messaging sold approximately 160 million of these phones.
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    2000

    Ericsson R380

    The R380 featured a black and white touchscreen, partially covered by a flip.
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    Nokia 3310

    This popular phone sold 126 million models, and was particularly in Europe.
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    Ericsson R320

    One of the first phones with a WAP browser. A version of this phone was released in China that allowed Chinese character SMS.
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    2001

    Nokia 5510

    This phone featured a full QWERTY keyboard. It could also store up to 64mb of music.
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    Nokia 8310

    This phone contained premium features not normally found on handsets of the time, such as Infrared, a fully functional calendar and a FM Radio.
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    Ericsson T39

    This tiny handset was the first Bluetooth-capable phone.
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    Ericsson T66

    This diminutive entry from Ericsson was the height of a cigarette.
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    Siemens S45

    Siemens’s first ever GPRS mobile phone with 360kb of internal memory - high at the time.
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    2002

    Nokia 3510(i)

    The first Nokia phone to bring GPRS internet services to the mass market. The 3510i, pictured here, was a more advanced version with a colour screen.
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    Sony Ericsson P800

    This smartphone featured a touchscreen and up to 128mb of memory.
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    Nokia 6100

    This model sold from 2002-2005. It featured an LCD screen and internet connectivity through GPRS.
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    Nokia 6310i

    The 6310i quickly gained popularity in the corporate world for its simplicity and long battery life.
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    Sanyo SCP-5300

    The first camera phone. Despite the low quality images it produced, it was the first.
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    2003

    Nokia 1100

    This extremely popular design has sold over 200 million since its introduction in 2003. This phone is rumoured to have sold for up to $32,000 in online criminal communities due to its ability to intercept one-time banking passwords.
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    PalmOne Treo 600

    One of the “it” gadgets from 2003-2004 until BlackBerries overtook them in popularity. Three or four days between charges and a successful merger of phone, PDA, and camera made this the business tool of choice.
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    Nokia 2100

    This design was available in a wide range of colours and featured a monochromatic screen.
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    Nokia 6600

    Considered very advanced at the time of its introduction due to its Symbian OS-based Nokia Series 60 platform. Released in the US market as the Nokia 6620.
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    BlackBerry Quark 6210

    Research In Motion’s first integrated phone/PDA.
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    BlackBerry 7210

    BlackBerry’s first colour screen.
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    Nokia 7600

    One of the first 3G smartphones by Nokia, still one of the lightest and smallest.
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    2004

    Motorola Razor V3

    When this was introduced it set the standard for sleek design in the industry.
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    Sony Ericsson P910

    An attractive flip smartphone with full internet connectivity.
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    Nokia 7610

    Nokia’s first smartphone with a 1 megapixel camera.
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    Nokia 3220

    The first entry-level Nokia phone that offered full internet access.
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    Nokia 6630

    The first cell phone to allow for global roaming.
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    Nokia 7280

    Listed by Fortune Magazine as one of the best products of 2004. Also referred to as the “lipstick” phone.
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    2005

    Nokia 1110

    Released as a low-end GSM phone, and widely used in developing countries.
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    Motorola RAZR V3 Magenta

    This hot pink phone gave the fashion set something to talk about - and on.
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    2006

    HTC TyTN 100

    This model was sold as the Orange SPV M3100 in the UK, keeping with HTC’s tradition of private labelling for individual carriers.
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    Nokia N73

    This immensely popular smartphone has sold millions of models worldwide, and is still in wide use as of 2009.
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    Motorola Q

    The “BlackBerry Killer” from Motorola.
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    BlackBerry Pearl

    The first design-conscious entry from RIM, the Pearl is still being offered on the market today.
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    KDDI Penck

    A fabulous design available only in Japan.
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    O2 XDA Flame

    The XDA Flame is the first dual processor PDA-phone in the 02 line.
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    LG Chocolate KG800

    One of the first well-designed phones made for mass market use.
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    Samsung i607 BlackJack

    Research in Motion sued Samsung over the name of this phone. The lawsuit was settled out of court.
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    Nokia E62

    Originally released to target business users in the European market.
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    2007

    iPhone

    The original iPhone was released in June 2007 with an auto-rotate sensor, a multi-touch sensor that allowed multiple inputs while ignoring minor touches, a touch interface that replaced the traditional QWERTY keyboards, and many other features that helped to give Apple an almost instant healthy market share on its release.


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    LG Prada KE850

    Touchscreen phone that took home a Red Dot Design Award for “Best of the Best” in 2007.
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    LG Voyager

    This design was touted as LG’s take on the iPhone.
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    HTC Touch

    HTC’s answer to the iPhone with its own multi-touch interface and a high screen resolution.
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    Motorola RAZR2 V9

    The solid steel hinge and the metal case make this sleek design feel luxurious and durable.
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    Motorola Q9H

    This fine-tuning of the Motorola Q was released in Italy and the US in 2007.
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    Nokia E90 Communicator

    This update of the first smartphone launched the fifth generation of the series.
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    LG Shine

    This phone won another Red Dot for LG in 2007. Also released in Gold and Titanium Black.
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    Motorola RAZR2

    This phone features the Opera internet browser and CrystalTalk technology.
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    Palm Treo 755p

    The Treo 755p is a smartphone developed by Palm, Inc. It was released on May 14, 2007 as the first CDMA Treo without an aerial antenna.
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    LG Viewty

    A phone firmly focused on visuals. DivX Certified playback and 5 megapixel digital camera with Schneider Kreuznach optics are just a couple of the features of this simply designed phone.
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    2008

    iPhone 3G

    The iPhone 3G was made even more desirable by all the apps that could be purchased for it in the AppStore when it was released in July of 2008.
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    LG Vu

    The LG Vu was one in a series of phones that included the LG Prada phone.
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    T-Mobile G1 Phone

    The G1 phone was the first phone to be released with the Android operating system designed by Google. Also known as the HTC Dream. One million devices have sold as of April 2009.
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    Nokia N96

    This GPS-enabled entry in Nokia’s smartphone line features a sleek, compact design.
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    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    This phone was featured in The Dark Knight.
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    LG Secret

    The outside of the LG Secret, a 3G slider phone, is constructed from carbon fiber. Also features the world’s slimmest 5.0 megapixel camera on a smartphone.
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    Samsung Instinct

    The Instinct was introduced as the “iPhone killer” from Samsung at a low price of $129.00.
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    BlackBerry Storm

    Designed to be a direct competitor to the iPhone 3G and other 3G smartphones; RIM’s first device to do away with the QWERTY keyboard and incorporate a touchscreen.
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    BlackBerry Bold

    Blackberry’s “middle ground” solution for those who wanted a 3G phone, a touchscreen, and a QWERTY keyboard.
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    Samsung Behold

    Cell Fanatic found this entry by Samsung offered superior image quality over the Apple iPhone 3G and the BlackBerry Storm.
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    Samsung Gravity

    The Samsung Gravity is their first to feature a slide-out keyboard that has proved popular in other brands.
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    Motorola Krave

    The Krave design features a transparent flip that acts as a secondary touch surface to access additional features.
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    Samsung Omnia

    The Samsung Omnia features a simple touchscreen interface and a speaker on the back.
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    Nokia E63

    Billed as the budget business smartphone.
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    LG Dare

    The handwriting recognition and simple touchscreen styling of the Dare is enhanced by the easy-grip back.
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    Sony Ericsson W760i

    Includes the “Sensme” music feature, as well as all of the other features from the Walkman phone brand.
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    Nokia N79

    The Nokia N79 has a Naviwheel, GPS, a 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss Optics Tessar lens and more.
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    HTC Touch Diamond

    This attractive smartphone featured a resistive touch screen which is better for Asian character recognition.
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    LG KC910 Renoir

    The LG Renoir has an 8-megapixel camera with xenon flash and Schneider-Kreuznach optics.
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    Nokia E71

    The steel frame of this sleek smartphone from Nokia fits into your palm.
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    2009

    Prada II or LG KF900

    The second iteration of the Prada phone designed by LG. The sliding QWERTY keyboard is new, as is its 3G capability.
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    LG Arena

    The first phone with LG’s 3D S-Class user interface. This UI reorients with the rotation of the phone and allows you to scroll film-reel style through available apps.
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    BlackBerry Curve 8900

    Released in February 2009, the Curve features an improved trackball and a higher resolution screen. Still a 2G.
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    LG Versa

    Comes with an attachable QWERTY keyboard and a virtual keyboard on the touch screen.
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    Sidekick LX 2009

    This 3G incarnation of the Sidekick includes improved support for social networking applications.
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    Samsung Magnet

    The Samsung Magnet is a cheap alternative for pricier smartphones with much of the same functionality and a cool design.
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    LG Xenon

    Another slide-out QWERTY keyboard and compact design. Comes with AT&T’s Navigator, AT&T’s turn-by-turn GPS service.
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    HTC Magic

    The next HTC entry to sport Google’s Android operating system. No US carriers have yet been confirmed for this model, but T-Mobile has been rumoured to be the carrier of record. Vodafone has exclusive rights to the phone in all markets that they service.
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    Samsung Propel Pro

    The sliding QWERTY keyboard and slick design make this an attractive entry by Samsung.
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    LG Rumor2

    Built for e-mail, the Rumor2 supports Lotus Notes where its predecessor didn’t.
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    Motorola Renew

    This eco-friendly phone is the world’s first carbon-neutral cell phone. Made with recycled water bottles, cheap, and an abundance of features for the low price.
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    Coming Soon

    Palm Pre

    This phone launches June 6 in the US through Sprint. It will feature the ability to keep multiple apps open at once.
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    Only Available in Japan

    Here’s hoping that some of these sleek designs make it across the pond eventually to North America. For more Japanese tech goodness, check KDDI’s English page.
    Hitachi WOOO Ketai H001 Phone

    This phone promises a 3D display. Ubergizmo predicts that it will be a Japan-only handset.
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    Panasonic P001

    3.1″ increased resolution screen, impressive design, global roaming capabilities and one-push open make this an object of desire.
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    Walkman Phone Premier3


    This phone opens up to reveal a 3″ screen and a stylish keypad.
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    Casio 001

    This sports model features a touch panel for interactive gaming and music.
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    S001 Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot

    This phone screams elegance. Oh, and it has the world’s first 3.3″ full OLED WVGA display and an 8.1 megapixel camera. Not that we’d want all that fancy stuff in North America.
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    Toshiba T001

    Princesses and fashionistas everywhere will go gaga over this design. Advanced video functions and a 5.1 megapixel camera put a little spike in this phone’s heel.
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    Kyocera K001 Junior Phone


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