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Motorola to test revolutionary phone on 3rd April

posted Apr 1, 2015, 7:02 AM by Barny CK

Motorola is set to test what they say is the revolutionary phone of the century. The device is nothing the world has ever seen in the area of mobile communication. Motorola Inc. was a multinational telecommunications company and powerhouse of the 20th century. In 2011, the company was split into Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions. With the revolutionary phone, Motorola hopes to regain market share in the ever increasingly competitive mobile device market.

Motorola started out as a company producing battery-eliminators, devices that enabled battery-powered radios to operate on household electricity. The company soon branched into car radio and the world's first hand-held walkie-talkie. 

With the advent of this revolutionary phone, analyst are eager to see what Motorola plans to unveil since Steve Job's memorable unveiling of the iPhone back in 2007. Motorola's chief of portable communication products, John F. Mitchell, has played a key role in advancing the development and is confident the test will come to shape Motorola and everything that the company has ever stood for. Performing the test will be lead engineer, Martin Cooper. Cooper spent 10 years to realise the dream of this revolutionary phone. Asked what would he name the phone, he merely said, "The Motorola DynaTAC." 

And so, in actuality, the revolutionary phone test isn't going to happen on the 3rd of April 2015. It has already happened; 3rd of April 1973. Happy April Fool, folks!