Learn some amazing facts about cell phones with this new infographic
0. phoneArena posted on 29 Nov 2012, 07:36
Boy, who would have thought that there are more phones in the world than visible stars in the sky?! And did you know that there are more phones in the U.S. than people... by a few million...
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1. henrickrw posted on 29 Nov 2012, 07:43 1 0
Darth Vader told Luke Skywalker: Impressive. Most Impressive.
2. joseph98 posted on 29 Nov 2012, 07:52 2 0
I wounder how much silver is in each cellphone beside 3% gold because I might start a new business buying broken phones to collect the precious metals inside them.
3. Nathan_ingx posted on 29 Nov 2012, 08:06 5 0
PA, how about an article on 'How to extract that 3% of gold from your old mobile'...cause i got 3 bricks at home, which should add to 9%, lol. Sounds fun and profitable! :D
4. joseph98 posted on 29 Nov 2012, 08:28 0 0
There is a video in youtube showing us how to collect gold from old computer desktop cpu. They didn't say which one has more gold the Intel or AMD.
5. Nathan_ingx posted on 29 Nov 2012, 08:36 0 0
Well, PC's are bigger and much more easier to disassemble...
Come to think of it...i have one huge brick too!! LOL!!!
7. ilia1986 posted on 29 Nov 2012, 12:29 0 0
The average iPhone is a dumb phone. So dumb in fact that it's about 600 times less intelligent than human stupidity. And Human stupidity is infinite!
8. SuperEd posted on 29 Nov 2012, 16:28 1 0
really? a lot of iphones and driods? what planet are you speaking of? WHoever wrote this needs a lesson on how small those %'s are. MOST people (those billions) don't have smart phones. Do your research, check it, write it down...blog it...then check your facts sir, before spouting off making these silly slides.
9. Jonathan41 posted on 29 Nov 2012, 16:51 0 1
The info-graphic is about cell phones not just smartphones. It says nothing about smartphones.
11. d_myke posted on 03 Dec 2012, 11:17 0 0
xactly. but all "droids and iphones" ARE smartphones