The idea of cell phones dates to the 1920's and police radios. The first cell phone was made by Bell labs in 1947, but it wasn't until 1974 when Dr. Cooper of Motorola made the first cell phone we would call a cell phone for the government. In 1984 the first cell phone was sold to the public.
Dr. Martin Cooper invented the first working cell phone in 1974 and it was sold to to government. It wasn't until 1984 that the public was able to buy a phone. The very first idea of a cell phone actually began in the 1930's when police radios began.
The phone was invented in 1876. The first cell phone prototype was made in 1946 and the first working cell phone was made by Dr. Martin Cooper of Motorola in 1974. The first cell phones were used only by the government and in 1984 they were finally sold to the public.
The first cell phone was made by Bell Labs in 1947, but it wasn't until 1974 that Dr. Martin Cooper of Motorola made a phone that was used by the government only. In 1984 the first phones were sold to the public.