Smart Phone

As we are moving ahead in this century, almost everyone has a phone, though some of them have smart phones and some of them don’t.

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  • The first mobile call was made by Martin Cooper (Motorola employee) on April 3, 1973.
  • 70% of mobile phones are manufactured in China.
  • An amazing thing is that about 90% of the mobile phones in Japan are waterproof.
  • This first handheld cell phone weighed 2.4 pounds and was 9 x 5 x 1.75 inches in size and this first cell phone also had only 20 min of battery life when talking.
  • IPhone 5 Black Diamond is the most expensive mobile phone in the world, was launched with the price of $15.3 million and became the world’s most expensive phone. This mobile Phone is made of 135 gram solid gold of 24 carat and the chassis was inlaid with 600 white diamonds.
  • More than 4 billion people own mobile phones. But only 3.5 billion use a toothbrush.
  • In 2012 Apple sold more than 340,000 iPhones per day, which is around 4 Iphones per second.
  • Have you ever used Nokia 1100? Feel proud, it was the bestselling electrical gadget in history with more than 250 million mobile phones sold.
  • An amazing thing is that about 90% of the mobile phones in Japan are waterproof.
  • The top 5 countries in the world with the most currently active cell phones are: China: 1.2 billion phones; India: 904 million phones; U.S. 327 million phones; Brazil: 276 million phones; and Russia: 256 million phones.
  • More than 80% of the users in all over the world owned a Android phone.
  • 65% of the users in all over the world don’t download a single app in a given month.
  • Over 9 trillion text messages were sent in 2013. That equals to about 1,200 text messages per person on the planet per year. However, text messaging numbers are starting to decline as people more and more use WhatsApp, Facebook, etc. to communicate.

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