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When was smartphone born

When was smartphone born

By syrus

Technically, you could be connected, well-informed, and happy without a smartphone. Wireless devices have changed the way we stay in touch, get work done, and have fun for good. The phone you use most, whether from Apple, Samsung, or Motorola, is the result of many years of innovation. Read on to learn more about how smartphones came to be.

The first cell phone was made in 1973.

On the road to portable digital technology, cell phones came before smartphones. In April 1973, Martin Cooper of Motorola made the first cell phone call. Even though people didn’t start carrying around portable phones for another ten years, this was a big step forward for mobile communications.

When did we start to call them smartphones?

As smartphones got cheaper and more accessible throughout the 2000s, the word “smartphone” became more common. Many think the first Apple iPhone, which came out in 2007, was the first fully developed smartphone. This famous device could do everything a laptop or desktop computer could do on the internet. 

How will smartphones change in the next few years?

Wireless technology is constantly improving, which means that many other industries are also improving. 5G has made it much easier to use smartphones, tablets, and other devices in our daily lives and at work. They are already used together to make it easier to get to healthcare, public services, work, and entertainment. AR and VR may be used more in the future, making online experiences more immersive and shareable from anywhere in the world.

The Smartphone of Today

When the iPhone came out, it changed how smartphones worked and started a domino effect of quickly improving features and abilities. It was a significant change in the history of smartphones. Since 2007, Apple has released 34 new iPhones, and Google has released Android, which has since been updated many times. Because of this, modern cell phones have more memory, speed, and power than was ever thought possible, and many apps have become available and can be used to make money.

What Comes Next?

So, what’s next for smartphones? Augmented reality and real-time language translation are already here, as well as phones that can be folded up. By 2027, there are expected to be 7.7 billion smartphone users worldwide. In 2022, there are expected to be 6.6 billion smartphone users.

AI will continue to grow, and AI will power personal assistants like Alexa and Siri. Mega-fast speeds for downloading media aren’t far behind. Also, mobile devices with only screens and no ports or buttons will force many people to use Bluetooth technology.