Motorola, which introduces the mobile phone to humanity, has compiled the most iconic models of the past for you.
Motorola was the first mobile phone brand in world history with the DynaTAC 8000X model sold in 1983 at full 3,995. Motorola, which has been in the industry for a long time after its first model, has succeeded in attracting attention with some successful models, but some have been a complete disappointment. Here are the most iconic phone models Motorola has released so far.
Motorola StarTAC 75 • Motorola Timeport P7389
Both models of Motorola have a historic prescription for the whole world. The Motorola StarTAC 75, the mobile phone's predecessor, and the Motorola Timeport P7389 model, the mobile internet predecessor, have all become unforgettable devices.
Motorola E360 • Motorola V70 • Motorola Aura
When we arrived in 2002, there were some firsts for Motorola and the technology world. The Motorola E360 was the company's first phone with a color display and had a CSTN panel that could display 4,096 colors. The Motorola V70 is the first phone to see the round screen, although it's not a real hardware on mobile. Later, the company drove a first-class Motorola Aura on the market with a true round screen.
Motorola RAZR V3 • Motorola E398 • Motorola ROKR E1
In 2004, the RAZR V3 was launched into the market and became one of the best selling phones in history. That same year, the Motorola E398 went on the market and managed to attract attention by playing MP3 files on 22KHz stereo speakers. A year later this feature was reprocessed and improved on the ROKR E1.
Motorola MOTOFONE F3 • Motorola RIZR Z8 • Motorola SLVR L7
The MOTOFONE F3 was a strange model. E-Paper had a display and visibility under the sun was excellent. Motorola Rizr is one of Motorola's range of mobile phones and phones in the 4LTR series. Designed to be slim and lightweight, the Motorola SLVR L7 was launched into the market at the beginning of 2005.
Also known as the Droid, Motorola MILESTONE is an Internet and multimedia smartphone designed by Motorola, which runs Google's Android operating system.
Motorola ATRIX is one of the first Android-powered fingerprint scanners. An external monitor and keyboard that can be connected to the Ubuntu-based software to run the software is an important mode for the technology world.
Motorola Moto G • Motorola Moto E
Shortly after the ATRIX market was pushed, Google bought Motorola's phone division. After this period, models like Moto G and Moto E were produced by users.
Motorola Moto X • Motorola Nexus • 6 Motorola Moto Z
Moto X was a powerful move for an admiral, and the desired figures were reached in the US. Motorola also produced Nexus 6, a higher quality product from the previous two Nexus phones (LG). One of Motorola's latest models is Moto Z, which can be powered by many add-ons, and the sales figures are low because users are not interested in the extensions.