“Mr. Watson, come here, I want you.” On March 10, 1876, these were the first words spoken by telephone inventor.
Alexander Graham Bell through his device to his assistant Thomas Watson. Telephone history conceivably started with the human desire to communicate far and wide. With the arrival of the mobile phone in the 1980s, communications were no longer restrained.
The clever invention of cellular network supported the revolution of the telephone industry. Starting from bulky mobiles phones to ultrathin handsets, mobiles phones have covered a long way so far.
John F. Mitchell and Martin Cooper of Motorola demonstrated the first handheld device in 1973.
Scientists continue to create new ideas that will further help users.