First phone to have internet access was the Nokia 7110 which was released on October 1999. The Nokia 7110 dual band GSM 900/1800 media phone was the first to bring internet content worldwide.
The first Camera Phone was first created by Phillipe Kahn in 1997 by inserting a point, shoot and share camera into a Motorola Startac. And the first photo taken was his first born child. But the first commercially released camera phone was from Japan, the J-SH04 by J-Phone.
HTC Dream was released on October 2008, and was the first phone to be marketed running the mobile Android operating system which was purchased and developed by Google to compete with Apple’s iPhone and Symbian.
The iPhone was the first to be shipped with an OS (as advanced as his desktop version) and with multi touch display. It was the first to have a big screen and to come with data plans bundled.
First Videophone, It was way back in 1950s when AT&T started experimenting with video calling. It wasn’t until the late 80s that phone companies geared towards providing video and audio compression. Skype makes video calling popular in the early 2000s.
Motorola was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone.
The first telephone call message, as we all know was “Mr. Watson – Come here – I want to see you”
Today, more than 7 trillion text messages are sent every year (more than 200,000 per second). The first Text message was sent on 1992 from Neil Papworth, a former developer at Sema Group Telecoms. Mobile phones didn’t have keypads back then, so it was typed on a PC, the message was “Merry Christmas” to Richard Jarvis at Vodafone. In 1997 the Nokia 9000i Communicator was the first mobile phone to have full keyboard. In 1999, texts could finally be exchanged between different networks.
The Samsung’s Blue Earth is the first Solar-Powered All- Touch screen cellphone. The device even takes energy saving a bit further with a built-in “eco-mode” system.