World’s First Mobile Phone in 1938?

A Mobile Phone in 1938

This is not an April fools joke! A black and white film from 1938 shows a woman talking on a wireless device at a factory in the United States, claimed to be a time traveler, but her family says otherwise. According to Daily Mail, a YouTube user has come forward to claim that the woman in the clip is their great grandmother, and that she was really using a mobile phone, but it’s a prewar prototype developed by a communications factory in Leominster, Massachusetts.

The footage was shot more than 40 years before the first mobile phone. But the question is, why did it take all these years for this technology to get to us? Watch the video footage below.

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