Martin Cooper is not a well-known name, but more than half the world’s population is familiar with his invention. The idea of carrying a phone in his hand came to his mind and then with the Motorola team he made the first manual telephone in 1937 which weighed two kilograms.

When he first made the first call from the cell phone on a New York street, he could not have imagined that the invention would become so popular and so common There is now a network of industries around the world that are based on various mobile phone technologies.

Until 1983, a mobile phone cost 4,000, which is 10,000 in today’s dollar value. Cooper said the biggest problem his team faced was minimizing the size of the thousands of devices. He said industrial designers did just that and by the time they managed to do so, they had only a few dollars left.

The new phone actually consisted of a large portion of its battery and weighed four to five times more than the rest of the phone. The battery life was only 20 minutes, but it was not a big problem because the phone weighed so much that no one could talk to it by ear for so long.The inventor of the mobile phone

One of the big steps after making the phone was to somehow expand the system currently installed for in-car phones so that they could carry the load of a mobile phone.

The new challenge at the time was how to create a network or system that would create an arc equal to three megahertz or five TV channels and cover the whole world as needed at that time.

Martin told the BBC’s Click program that the first mobile phone cost Motorola about 1 million. He said that all the engineers who were working on this phone were really imprisoned.

We used to joke that in the future when someone is born, he will be given a mobile number, and the day he stops answering his mobile phone, it will be considered that he has passed away.

Until 1989, a mobile phone cost, which is 10,000 in today’s value of the dollar. Cooper said the biggest problem his team faced was minimizing the size of the thousands of devices.

He said industrial designers did just that and by the time they managed to do so, they had only a few dollars left. The new phone actually consisted of a large portion of its battery and weighed four to five times more than the rest of the phone.

The battery life was only 20 minutes, but it was not a big problem because the phone weighed so much that no one could talk to it by ear for so long.

One of the big steps after making the phone was to somehow expand the system currently installed for in-car phones so that they could carry the load of a mobile phone.

The new challenge at the time was how to create a network or system that would create an arc equal to three megahertz or five TV channels and cover the whole world as needed at that time. He said his team hoped that one day everyone would have their own mobile phone.

He said he had no idea that in just 35 years, more than half of the world’s population would have a mobile phone. Initially, the mobile phone was developed to improve communication between doctors and hospital staff.

He hoped that the invention would create a sense of security and freedom in the people, but four decades ago he was not fully aware of its social impact. He said he did not think at the time that Facebook and Twitter would ever come into being.

Modern mobile phones have revolutionized the industry and new ways of using them have emerged. Thanks to new technologies, in addition to just making calls, a portable media player, web browser and camera have also been added to the phone.