OMG! This was my first cell phone!  Motorola MicroTAC 9800X – The first flip phone.  Mine too!

OMG! This was my first cell phone! Motorola MicroTAC 9800X – The first flip phone. Mine too!

Motorola MicroTAC II - Storno 550

Motorola MicroTAC II - Storno 550

my hubby's flip phone from when I first met him. 1997.  We still have it, our daughter plays with it.

my hubby's flip phone from when I first met him. 1997. We still have it, our daughter plays with it.

The Motorola MicroTAC Classic was released in 1991 and modeled after 1989's MicroTAC 9800x, which sold for up to 3,495 Dollars.

Before they got smart: When cellphones were hideous - CNN.com

The Motorola MicroTAC Classic was released in 1991 and modeled after 1989's MicroTAC 9800x, which sold for up to 3,495 Dollars.

Motorola Microtac 550 -- (1994.) hahah Remember these, charge time sucked it always had to be pluggd in.

Motorola Microtac 550 -- (1994.) hahah Remember these, charge time sucked it always had to be pluggd in.

Motorola MicroTAC - Wikipedia

Motorola MicroTAC - Wikipedia

> Manufacturer: Motorola> Release year: 1989At the time of its release, the Motorola MicroTAC 9800X ... - Wikimedia Commons

45 Hottest Phones of All Time

> Manufacturer: Motorola> Release year: 1989At the time of its release, the Motorola MicroTAC 9800X ... - Wikimedia Commons

Motorola MicroTAC – some firsts in size and design (1989)  The Motorola MicroTAC analogue was the next leap forward in mobile phone design and was released by Motorola on Tuesday, April 25th, 1989. It was the smallest and lightest mobile phone and featured a flip-open mouthpiece (semi-clamshell), arguably the forerunner of the clam-shell in design concept.. It was immediately an object of desire for the wealthy customers and carried a corresponding price tag of $3000.

Motorola MicroTAC – some firsts in size and design (1989) The Motorola MicroTAC analogue was the next leap forward in mobile phone design and was released by Motorola on Tuesday, April 25th, 1989. It was the smallest and lightest mobile phone and featured a flip-open mouthpiece (semi-clamshell), arguably the forerunner of the clam-shell in design concept.. It was immediately an object of desire for the wealthy customers and carried a corresponding price tag of $3000.

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