QWERTY Nokia smartphone from the cemetery of prototypes

In the distant 2012, when Nokia had high hopes the partnership with Microsoft and the Windows Phone operating system, the company’s engineers worked on the smartphone with QWERTY-keyboard. Photos of a prototype device known as the Nokia RX-100, appeared in an online community Nokiabar. Like other cancelled gadgets Nokia, development never left the walls of the laboratories.

In the distant 2012, when Nokia had high hopes the partnership with Microsoft and the Windows Phone operating system, the company’s engineers worked on the smartphone with QWERTY-keyboard. Photos of a prototype device known as the Nokia RX-100, appeared in an online community Nokiabar. Like other cancelled gadgets Nokia, development never left the walls of the laboratories.
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Nokia RX-100 is equipped with AMOLED-display with a diagonal of about three inches and an aspect ratio of 3:2. He was working on a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus. The amount of RAM was 2 GB, the company chose the Toshiba sensor. Camera as if they fit into the housing of the other device, apparently, is one of the early prototypes. The operating system is running pre-release Windows Phone 8.0.

On one of the images gadget is photographed next to the Nokia X2, the old Nokia N810 (“Internet tablet” with a funny by today’s standards a diagonal of 4.13 inch) and next buried the Nokia RX-130. This is an enhanced version of the Nokia Lumia 950 XL with 6-inch display, Snapdragon 810, 20-megapixel camera and fingerprint scanner on the rear panel:

Nokia RX-100 in the center, and left of that is RX-130

Today the release of the Nokia company is engaged in Global HMD, which is preparing to start sales of its first devices based on Android — Nokia 6, Nokia Nokia 5 and 3. Until the sale is only available new Nokia 3310, but you still don’t buy.

Source: Nokiabar