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Photo of an unknown Nokia slider surfaces on the web

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Photo of an unknown Nokia slider surfaces on the web
Shortly after the leaked photos of a mysterious Nokia E6-00 smartphone, another picture of an unknown Nokia cellphone started circulating the web. Little is rumored and even less is known for sure about the leaked device as the unit doesn't even bear a model insignia yet.

It is speculated that the Nokia handset will belong to the X3 Touch and Type lineup, but judging by its form factor it seems to stand nicely as a blend between the Nokia C5-03 and the Nokia C3-01. Some are even guessing that this could be the Nokia RM745, which has been approved by the FCC last week and has similar dimensions. Technical specs remain a mystery though it is supposed that the slider has a resistive or capacitive touchscreen and will probably run Nokia's S40 UI.

source: My Nokia Blog via Daily Mobile

Photo of an unknown Nokia slider surfaces on the web


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posted on 11 Mar 2011, 11:33

1. ATTCallCenter (unregistered)


My perfect phone is coming into vision, but more like with Android on it. I'd love a little slider with Android 3.5 inch screen and a slide out number pad on it...my perfect phone I could only wish!

posted on 11 Mar 2011, 18:05 1

2. Boti95 (Posts: 162; Member since: 05 Sep 2010)


Nokia needs to get there game on! They should get on Android and leave the Symbian OS.

posted on 12 Mar 2011, 19:39

3. icepikk (Posts: 32; Member since: 13 Feb 2011)


I find it highly unlikely this is going to happen since they just joined together with Microsoft to make Windows 7 Phones.

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