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PIXELATE MOBILE PHONE DEFINITION: A telephone with access to a cellular radio system so it can be used over a wide area, without a physical connection to a network.

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1984 MOBIRA TALKMAN

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PIXELATE FEATURES - Extendable antenna - Rechargable battery - Portable device

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PIXELATE 1984 MOBIRA TALKMAN In 1984 Nokia released the Nokia Mobria wireless mobile telephone. Nokia previously released the Mobria Senator which was only designed to work in automotive vehicles, and needed oto be plugged into the vehicle to work. Nokia developed this idea for two years until truely wireless and could be used on the move. It was much lighter than the previous model, making it much more mobile.

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1994 HAGENUK MT-2000

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Rechargable battery Soft key buttons GSM interface - Tetris Built in antenna

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PIXELATE 1994 HAGENUK MT-2000 Hagenuk MT-2000 was a mobile phone device launched in 1994. The device was designed and manufactured by Hagenuk's development centre in Støvring, Denmark. The phone was, together with its predecessor Hagenuk MT-900 from 1992, industry using Soft keys. to have a built-in antenna, instead of the traditional extension antennas. game in the industry, a variant of Tetris.

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2002 SANYO SCP-5300

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PIXELATE FEATURES - Graphical UI - Colour display - Extended battery - Voice dialing - Voice recording - Polyphonic ringtones - Vibration - Clock - World clock - Picture ID - Ringer ID - WAP browser - Games - Flip phone - GPS

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PIXELATE 2002 SANYO SCP-5300 The SCP-5300 has a

65,000-color display

a choice between a list-type menu interface or an icon-driven one with the interesting theme choice of world landmarks in the background. The phone also has a 300-name phone book as well as the choice to have Spanish or English menus. The 5300 is compatible with Sprint's PCS Business Connection service, which allows you to receive corporate e-mail and view your calendar on your phone. The 5300 is also GPS ready for emergency services, and as one of Sprint's PCS Vision mobiles, it supports J2ME so it is possible to download items such as ring tones, screensavers,and games.

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2002 SONY ERICSSON P800

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PIXELATE FEATURES - Touch screen - PDA organiser - Clock - Voice dial - Games - 13 hour battery - Pen-based UI & handwriting recognition - Colour display - Email - Picture phonebook - Flight mode - Calendar, contacts, voice memo, PC sync - Speakerphone - Audio & video player - Enhanced Messaging Service - Integrated digital camera - Bluetooth, infrared & USB connectivity - WAP browser - Wallpaper & screensaver - Vibration - Picture ID - Ringer ID

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PIXELATE 2002 SONY ERICSSON P800 The Sony Ericsson P800 is a phone introduced in 2002. The P800 uses the UIQ user interface and has a touch screen much like a PDA. It came with a 16MB Memory Stick Duo. The touchscreen displays 4,096 colours (12-bit mobile phones which has a voice dial system in which the user tells the phone who they want to call by voice command

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2004 NOKIA 7280

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PIXELATE FEATURES - Voice-activated user interface - internal handsfree speaker - LCD display - Integrated VGA camera - Video streaming - Polyphonic ringtones - Integrated FM radio - SMS and MMS messaging - Downloadable tones, wallpapers etc - XHTML web browser - Bluetooth - Infrared - Synchronization with Apple for photos, - GPRS, HSCSD and EGPRS for high speed data - Vibration alert - Triband

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PIXELATE 2004 NOKIA 7280 The 7280 "lipstick" phone is a mobile telephone model supplied by Nokia. Its design features a slider end and a Navi-Spinner in the place of a keypad. The rotating pad is used to navigate through the on-screen menu. As part of Nokia's "Fashion Phone" line, it has black, white and red styling, and a screen that fades to a mirror when inactive. The phone is intended to be operated mainly through a voice-activated interface, and voice-dialling. At the time the 7280 was classed as the smallest and thinnest mobile phone in the world.

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2007 IPHONE

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PIXELATE FEATURES - Colour Screen - Graphical UI - Text messages - Camera recording - Video recording - Internet browser - Clock - Audio player - Calculator - Email - Game Centre - Applications - Maps - Calender - Stocks - Notes - Weather reports - Reminders - Colour changes - Font changes - Text sizes - Display images - Radio - WiFi

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- Bluetooth - Voice dial - Flight mode - Screen locking - Passwords - Camera Roll - Caller ID - Picture ID - GPS - Personal Hotspot - Compass - Computer sync - Built in battery

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PIXELATE 2007 IPHONE The iphone runs Apple's iOS mobile operating system. The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPhone has Wi-Fi and can connect to many different cellular networks, and can take photos, play music, send and receive emails, browse the web, send texts, GPS navigation, tell jokes, record notes, do mathematical calculations, and receive visual voicemail. Jobs unveiled the iPhone to the public on January 9, 2007, at the Macworld 2007 convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The two initial models, a 4 GB model and an 8 GB model. These went on sale in the United States on June 29, 2007, Following this successful release in the US, the iPhone was made available in the UK, France, and Germany in November 2007.

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PIXELATE ABOUT PIXELATE PIXELATE is a brand with the aim of showing the world the effects consumerism has had on technological products. PIXELATE intends to show how large corporations have twisted the purpose of products for their own gain; changing, adapting and modifying the products to something unrecognisable from their original purpose. These messages are shown across a wide range of printed material, each individually created to relate to the product chosen and show the audience the pure hold consumerism and brands have over the development of technological products.

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