Motorla 3200 International


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  • Motorla 3200 International

    WOW Factor: The first Motorola portable GSM

    Evaluation in my collection: BNIB – 10/10


    Life timer: 0  |  Boxed: YES

    Release Year: 1992  |  Release Price: ~750 GBP

    About: The Motorola International 3200 was the first digital hand-held mobile telephone introduced in 1992, along with the more compact 5200, 5080, 7200 and 7500 “flip phones” introduced in 1994. It was preceded by the International 1000 and 2000 GSM phones, quite big (small portable suitcase), and although being the first GSM portable phones, they were not GSM certified, therefore couldn’t be officially connected to the network (first to be certified was Orbitel TPU 900).

    The International 3200 was designed to substitute the phones using the original analog cell technology developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s and first commercially available in 1983. Because of the 3200’s GSM technology, units still operates on any current 900 MHz GSM networks operating to this day (not with 3G SIM’s).

    Reviews when released: N/A

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