With the popularity of mobile games, game performance has become a performance indicator of mobile phones as much as photography. So recently there have been manufacturers launching game phones. But in fact, the game phone existed as early as 10 years ago, but it was not popular. This article will take you back to the classic models in the history of gaming phones.
The call PDA released in November 1993 Although IBM is not a game phone, it is the world’s first mobile phone with built-in games.
The game built into IBM Simon is Scramble. Scramble is a puzzle game that uses the moving section to make the picture or numbers correct.
In addition, IBM Simon is also the world’s first smartphone. It not only can make calls, send emails, send faxes, but also has many built-in programs, including address book, calendar, event table, calculator, world clock and games.
Finally, Simon used the full touch screen design. The screen is a 4.5-inch monochrome LCD screen with a resolution of 160 x 293 and a stylus on the phone.