Details about 2. MOTOROLA DYNATAC 8000X VINTAGE CELL BRICK MOBILE PHONE RARE RETRO COLLECTABLESee original listing
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Velké Albrechtice, default, Czech Republic
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Motorola Dyna T-A-C 8000X
legendary - vintage brick cellular telephone
Cellular network - AMPS
Condition - NICE and very clean :-)
This unit has been tested - POWER UP, it´s WORKING
You will be receive phone with - battery, original long antenna, charger
Item will be shipped to 24 hrs after payment clearing (outside weekend)
In 1983 the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X received approval from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and become the world's first commercial handheld cellular phone. When it was made available for purchase just a few months later on March 6 1983 it ignited a demand for personal wireless communication. Everyone wanted to be the first to get their hands on these awesomely unwieldy portable analogue brain-fryers. Motorola's DynaTAC 'Dynamic Adaptive Total Area Coverage' let you talk for 30 minutes, could go a full eight hours between charges, was 13 x 1.75 x 3.5 inches in dimension, boasted eight hours of standby time, took 10 hours to recharge, featured an LED display and memory to store thirty "dialing locations". Yes, the price was some $3,995 in 1983.
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