The Motorola 4800X launched in 1989 and was designed for use on the Racal-Vodafone and Cellnet ETACS analogue networks in the UK.
It had an LCD display and a standard 12 key numeric keypad was supplemented by the special keys of PWR, FCN, SND, and END.
Additionally, the 4800X had a RCL button which allowed users to recall and display telephone numbers that had been stored in memory. The phone also featured a MUTE button.
There was also an address book that could store up to 50 telephone numbers and associated names with speed dial access.