Cellphones were already there at 1938, you don’t believe it, read this article.

When there is a discussion about the cellphone and smartphones Apple and iPhone are the first which comes to mind. But actually, the first company which came out with smartphone was IBM. The phone IBM presented in 1992, had already touch screen, email, fax and notes and calendar. Unfortunately, this phone didn’t come to customers until 1994.

OK, above is what history as we know it says. Please note the picture below:

The date is 1943, you clearly see a man who is keeping a device like a modern phone on his ears. If you look at the picture more carefully, you will see how his hand is holding the device like anyone would do nowadays.

The picture is authentic and available with one search on the Internet. Isn’t that WOW you? Later I will show you that Cellphone was there even in 1938. Some people call these people Time travelers, I believe these are the people from SPP which already existed at that time.

Please note the second picture below:

This is a sporting event and someone in the audience his keeping his hand up and one can clearly see a device in his hand which looks like a cellphone. As far as I know, the cellphone was not invented in 1962.

There are two popular clips which are available on the Internet, I will present to you next picture:

Here we see a lady from 1938 speaking casually in her cellphone while walking. I mean it can not be more obvious than this. She is clearly keeping some sort of communication device which toady we call it cellphone in her hand. It is so strange for me when people do not believe their own eyes. I will include a short film of this below. Watch and decide for yourself. What do you see?

Here is the clip:

Here is another picture I took out of the clip.

You can see a man again with a cellphone in his hand Charlie Chaplin’s period.

Here is the clip:

So, was the first the smartphone invented in 1992?! If so from where these people got their phone from 1938?

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