Motorola phones through the years: The best and the worst, in pictures

We're taking a look back to show the most iconic, interesting and unusual Motorola devices from over the years. Which of these do you remember? (image credit: Motorola)
The Motorola DynaTAC commercially available cell phone. An icon of the 1980s. (image credit: Motorola)
This was not only one of the smallest, but one of the most popular phones of the 1980s and 1990s. (image credit: Redrum0486 [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons)
The StarTAC was one of the first mobile phones to gain widespread adoption. (image credit: Nkp911m500 [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Common)
This holds of the title of being one of the first PAYG (pay-as-you-go) phones available in the late 1990s. (image credit: Motorola)
The i1000plus seemingly had it all. it was a phone, two-way radio, pager, web browser and more. (image credit: Motorola)
The aptly named Timeport is a phone from a bi-gone era. complete with display that wasn't fully colour but included classic greens, blues and reds of the time. (image credit: Wusel007 [CC BY-SA 3.0]; Babca [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons)
V100 is said to have kick-started the two-way messaging craze. (image credit: Motorola)
This was the first GPRS cellular phone. It seems that Motorola pulled off many firsts in its time. (image credit: Motorola)
The V70 was a quirky device complete with swiveling circular monochrome panel, backlit keyboard and even a WAP browser. It was a marvel at the time. (image credit: Motorola)
This was a cheap and cheerful phone that turned into Motorola’s third highest-selling cellphone of all time. (image credit: Motorola)
This phone had it all - a digital camera, video player, MP3 player, speakerphone, multimedia messaging and even Bluetooth technology. A marvel at the time. (image credit: Motorola)
This phone spearheaded the PTT (push-to-talk) craze. (image credit: Motorola)
A classic clam-shell mobile phone that had a whopping 5 megabytes of memory and even sported a VGA camera.   (image credit: Motorola)
This one saw Motorola teaming up with Apple to create a brand new device that would be the first phone to support iTunes syncing. (image credit: Motorola)
The Motorola SLVR L6 was ideal for the fashionista on a budget. It wasn't perfect, but we liked it. (image credit: Motorola)
Made from stainless steel, the Motorola Aura boasted moving cogs and a circular screen protected by a Swiss-made lens. It also came with a massive price tag. (image credit: Motorola)
The Motorola Droid helped kickstart the popularity of Android and the astronomical growth that followed. (image credit: Motorola)
This device is ultimately remembered for its gimmicky laptop dock.  (image credit: Motorola)
The Droid 4 is considered one of the last great QWERTY smartphones. (image credit: Motorola)
The Moto G started a trend of affordable Android phones available to the wider masses. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Moto Z was all about mods, mods and more modes. Including everything from improved cameras to speakers and more. (image credit: Motorola)
We thought the Moto Edge 20 was a refreshing mid-range choice with a clear and colourful screen and a lot of strengths for the pricepoint. (image credit: Pocket-lint)