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(New page: '''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' On 3 April 1973, Motorola vice president Martin Cooper displayed the DynaTac, a 28-ounce portable tele...)
 
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On 3 April 1973, Motorola vice president Martin Cooper displayed the DynaTac, a 28-ounce portable telephone, on the streets of New York City. He [[Evolution of Cell Phone Technology|predicted]] that [[Cell Phones|wireless phones]] “could be reduced" to "fit in a breast pocket." The initial model, the DynaTac 8000X, cost $3995 and weighed nearly two pounds.
 
On 3 April 1973, Motorola vice president Martin Cooper displayed the DynaTac, a 28-ounce portable telephone, on the streets of New York City. He [[Evolution of Cell Phone Technology|predicted]] that [[Cell Phones|wireless phones]] “could be reduced" to "fit in a breast pocket." The initial model, the DynaTac 8000X, cost $3995 and weighed nearly two pounds.
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On 3 April 1973, Motorola vice president Martin Cooper displayed the DynaTac, a 28-ounce portable telephone, on the streets of New York City. He predicted that wireless phones “could be reduced" to "fit in a breast pocket." The initial model, the DynaTac 8000X, cost $3995 and weighed nearly two pounds.