difference in mobile phone and cell phone

February 24, 2012 12:26am CST
there are two type of discussion interest on mylot one is of Mobile Phone and other is of Cell Phone . I am thinking what is the difference between the Two.
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• Ireland
24 Feb 12
No difference that I know of. Here in Ireland we call them mobile phones or mobiles, and in the USA they call them cell phones or cells. I remember a number of years ago an American friend asked me for my cell and I was quite baffled as to what that might be until I put two and two together and realised it was my mobile phone number!
@reyfrion (26)
• Indonesia
24 Feb 12
Yeah, I think it's all the same, The same thing n also the same in function but have different hail.,
• China
24 Feb 12
for normal use, they are totally the same. maybe in technique research, they differce from each other. who cares?
@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
24 Feb 12
I don't think there is any difference apart from where in the world they are, here in Australia we call them mobile phones in the US they call them cell phones, just a language thing I think.
@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
24 Feb 12
Hi sb, There's not much difference. A cell phone is called as such due to the receptor antenna called "cells" arranged along its path of travel, getting the signals as it go along, thus making it "mobile", enabling the user to communicate without interruption.