A Nokia phone with Chinese text messages, and a Nokia phone with English text messages.

Mobile phones are easily accessible and wildly popular in China. More than half the population uses mobile phones. The technology is improving and the telecommunications industry is growing to better serve the demands of China’s enthusiastic mobile phone users.

In Guangzhou on 21 November 1987, a young man named Xu Feng became the first mobile (cell)

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:08-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, History, Arts, and Culture, Media|Comments Off on Mobile Communications (Yídòng méitǐ chuánbō de fāzhǎn 移动媒体传播的发展)|Yídòng méitǐ chuánbō de fāzhǎn 移动媒体传播的发展 (Mobile Communications)

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