Check out over 2,100 phones from as far back as 1984 on the Mobile Phone Museum website

Mobile Phone Museum

With manufacturers seemingly launching new handsets on a daily basis, there are more and more phones to keep track of which makes remembering your first device all the more difficult. Here to make it easier to reminisce about the phone you had that was the size of a brick and had 30 minutes of talk-time is the Mobile Phones Museum whose website holds the details of more than 2,100 devices dating as far back as 1984.

Featuring phones such as far back as the Motorola (V100), Nokia 3310, BlackBerry 5810, Palm Trei 600, as well as newer handsets such as the Nokia 8.3 5G and Nextbit Robin, the catalog listings include details on specs, design, and development as well as the launch date.

The passion project of Ben Wood, an analyst at CCS Insight, said the following about the launch of the Mobile Phone Museum:

“No other invention in recent memory has shaped how we live more fundamentally than the mobile phone. From mobile payments to citizen journalism, always-on social media and the ability to work anywhere, it’s difficult to overstate the importance of the mobile phone. It’s a privilege to be able to recognise and celebrate the devices and people who have made such a significant contribution to the world, as we preserve that history and make it available to all by launching the Mobile Phone Museum today.”

Currently, the Mobile Phone Museum comprises over 2,100 unique devices from the past 35 years to help chart the progress that the mobile phone segment has enjoyed over the period. You should be able to lose a few days browsing the Mobile Phone Museum, which could be a great escape over the coming festive period.

If you do have a phone or monetary donation, you can get more information on how to do so via the Mobile Phone Museum website that we’ve linked to below:
[Mobile Phone Museum]

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