The Network got photos of the prototype smartphone Nokia RX-100 with a mechanical QWERTY keyboard and Windows Phone OS

Sometimes in a Network there are pictures of devices that never make it to market. They are not always of interest, but the Nokia RX-100 is really interesting. It allows you to see what other Windows Phone-based devices, according to the company, could be interested buyers.

The fact that the RX-100 — a prototype smartphone with Windows Phone 8, equipped with a mechanical QWERTY keyboard.

An unusual device was equipped with a three-inch display, 2 GB of RAM and a single-chip system Snapdragon S4 Plus. The latter indicates that the device was designed around 2012-2013, has had a chance to get into the market.

However, for one reason or another this did not happen.



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