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Amazing Technology Facts About begging of mobiles



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Tech Facts about mobile

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1. The first mobile phone was Motorola Dyna TAC 8000X

The first mobile phone was the Motorola Dyna TAC 8000X. invented in 1983 by Martin Copper, a senior employee at Motorola. It could only store 30 contacts with a weight of around 1.1 kg and offered talk time of 30 minutes.


2. The first mobile phone call was made on April 3, 1973

The first mobile phone call was placed to Dr. Joel S. Angel of Bell Labs by Martin Cooper on April 3, 1973, with the first ever developed mobile phone Motorola Dyna TAC.


3. The first smart phone was made by IBM

The very first smart phone is actually over 20-years-old,and was launched on August  16, 1994 by IBM. Initially code named the “Angler” , the phone was given the name “Simon Personal Communicator” before its final release in 1994.


4. It was the first commercially available touch screen phone which could be easily operated with the help of stylus or fingertip and came pre-installed with functions like a calendar, calculator, address book, and Note Pad.


5. 90% of the mobile phones in Japan are waterproof

An interesting thing is that nearly 90% of the mobile phones in Japan are waterproof, as the people of Japan are very fond of mobile phones that they use it even in the shower.


6. Apple sold 37.04 million iPhone in 2012

In 2012, Apple sold 37.04  million iPhone sin 14 weeks -- or 262 phones per-minute and 4 phones per-second.


7. World’s most expensive phone by Apple worth $15.3 million

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.  Everyone cannot afford to enjoy the luxuries of life, but there are a few lucky ones who can. For those lucky people, Apple had launched its iPhone5 fully coated with 26 carat black diamond.

It was launched with the price of $15.3 million and became the world’s most expensive phone.


8. Android is owned by more than 80% of users in the world

There's no doubt that the “iPhone is the king of smartphones”, but despite being the biggest seller, Apple's operating system doesn't actually dominate the smart phone market. According to com Score, Android crushes the iOS market share by 82.8%.


9. The Highest Mobile bill was $201,000

We all are a little irritated by the ever increasing bills we pay, mobile bill being one of them. Well, imagine being Celina Aaron's, who got the biggest shock of her life when she opened her cell phone bill and found she owed $201,000.

The reason? Celina had two brothers who were deaf and mute and communicated with her via text over their phones. Usually it wasn't a problem thanks to a standard data plan. But on a trip to Canada one brother sent over 2,000 text messages and downloaded videos at a cost of around $2,000 per vid.


10. 65% of smart phone users don’t download a single app in any given month

Despite the fact that almost 2.8 billion people are using smart phones in the world, a Com score reports says that only 35% of users are downloading an app in a given month.

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11. IPHONE WAS IPAD FIRST

While the iPad arrived years after the iPhone had set the world on fire, the tablet was actually the original project Apple was working on when it came onto the idea of applying it to a phone.


12. GOOGLE DIDN’T CREATE ANDROID

Android began as a start up aiming to create an operating system that would use digital camera devices that could access computer services. Google purchased them in 2005 for an undisclosed sum (though estimates put it at about $50 million).


13. YOUR ANDROID IS HELPING GOOGLE TRACK TRAFFIC

Google Maps draws on data from its Android users to help measure the speed of traffic on the road, leveraging the GPS in every smart phone to help get a picture of how fast cars are moving. If that seems creepy, Google assures users that “even though the vehicle carrying a phone is anonymous, we don’t want anybody to be able to find out where that anonymous vehicle came from or where it went—so we find the start and end points of every trip and permanently delete that data so that even Google ceases to have access to it.” Oh, and speaking of Google, here are our Favorite Celebrity Google Arts and Culture Self's.


14. IN ADS, IPHONE ARE ALWAYS SET TO 9:41

Look at any billboard, commercial, or print ad that includes an iPhone screen with the time on it (or iPad or Mac), and you’ll notice that it’s always 9:41. According to Scott For stall, former iOS chief, the reason connects to the moment when the products are unveiled at the famed Apple keynotes: “We design the keynotes so that the big reveal of the product happens around 40 minutes into the presentation,” For stall said. “When the big image of the product appears on screen, we want the time shown to be close to the actual time on the audience’s watches. But we know we won’t hit 40 minutes exactly.”


15. THE OLED SCREEN IS THE IPHONE X’S MOST EXPENSIVE PART

According to an analysis by IHS Markit, the materials that make up an iPhone X add up to $370.25. By far the most expensive part of it? The new OLED screen, costing $110 per phone.


16. SAMSUNG WILL MAKE MORE FROM IPHONES THAN ITS OWN PHONES

Apple competitor Samsung actually manufactures a number of iPhone parts, including NAND flash memory chips, DRAM chips, and—most recently—that pricey OLED display in the iPhone X.


17. ON IPHONES, YOU CAN TAKE PHOTOS WITH THE HEADPHONE CORD

Though headphone cords will soon be a thing of the past, if you still have a now-vintage pair of earbuds, you can use its cord to snap a pic. It’s an ideal trick for when you want to take a selfie from a little farther away.


18. NOKIA USERS AIN’T LOYAL

When it comes to sticking with their current smart phone brand, Nokia and Motorola are some of the ficklest customers, with just 42% and 56% . The most loyal customers are Samsung (with 77% retention) and Apple (with a whopping 92% retention).


19. ANDROID VERSIONS ARE NAMED AFTER SWEET TREATS

After the Android 1.0 and 1.1, each subsequent version has had a tasty name:

Below are the names of various Android versions:

Cupcake – Android 1.5
Donut – Android 1.6
Eclair – Android 2.0
Froyo – Android 2.2
Gingerbread – Android 2.3
Honeycomb – Android 3.0
Ice Cream Sandwich – Android 4.0
Jelly Bean – Android 4.1 – 4.3.1
KitKat – Android 4.4 – 4.4.4
Lollipop – Android 5.0 – 5.1.1
Marshmallow – Android 6.0 – 6.0.1
Nougat – Android 7.0 – 7.1
Oreo - Android 8.0
Nougat - Android 9.0


20.  Be careful while using your mobile phone, it has 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles.

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