1G, or first mobile phones, were introduced in the 1980s and marked the beginning of the mobile phone. These phones were large and bulky with limited capabilities, such making and receiving calls and sending text messages. The technology used in 1G phones was analog, made them less reliable and vulnerable interference. The network coverage was also limited, and there were compatibility issues between different phone models. Despite these limitations, people were fascinated by idea of being able to make phone calls from anywhere, and 1G phones became a status symbol. The introduction of 1G phones paved the way future generations of mobile phones, which would eventually become essential in’s daily lives.