One of those 8 pound cell phones that resembles a brick. These devices were primarily made by Motorola in the mid to late 1980's. Zack Morris (a.k.a. Mark-Paul Gosselaar) regularly used these giant "portable" phones on the popular syndicated show, "Saved By The Bell."
Bill: Hey Joe, can I use your cell?
Joe: Yep, let me just get it out of my breifcase for you...
Bill: Jeez! Is that a Zack Morris phone? I'll just wait until I get home. I wouldn't be caught dead talking on that dinosaur...
by Ed Rogers January 05, 2005
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Refers to the Motorola Dynatac 8000X cellular phone. The enormous, gray, brick-sized phone was popularized by the character Zack Morris in Saved by the Bell. This was the first cellular phone to receive FCC acceptance in 1983. DYNATAC is an acronym for "Dynamic Adaptive Total Area Coverage."
I'd give my left nut to rock a huge-ass Zack Morris phone. Let's hit up ebay!
by Bradk82 April 28, 2008
Remember Zack Morris from Saved by the Bell and his big ass cell phone? Well, anyone with an old ass phone that is lacking todays features has a Zack Morris Phone
Sorry I couldnt get that video you sent me, I have a Zack Morris Phone
by Trent Rockwell August 23, 2007
an early mobile phone known mainly for for it's bulky size(from a character in the sitcoms Good Morning and Saved By the Bell, known for using this type of phone)
How the hell can anyone fit a Zack morris phone on their belt.
by The Return of Light Joker March 25, 2008

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