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#1
Hello,

Sadly it's damaged.
It was nearly recycled...
Can you guess which device is?

If you want one more picture ask me.

Regards.

EDIT:

Apparently nobody want to know.
So sad.
What battery have this connection?
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Such low resolution pictures does not allow me to guess.
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Originally Posted by n950 View Post

If you want one more picture ask me.

EDIT:

Apparently nobody want to know.
So sad.
What battery have this connection?
I don't care enough and make the effort to ask you. Let me explain why; It's not that we not want to know what it is, I am curiuos too. But knowing doesn't gain me anything at all... Besides that the pictures you posted where crappy low-res pics which are really not helping to determine what device it is. So I went away, not really enough interested to ask you for better pictures...

tl,dr: you might want to get some decent pictures first....
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Originally Posted by mr_pingu View Post
I don't care enough and make the effort to ask you. Let me explain why; It's not that we not want to know what it is, I am curiuos too. But knowing doesn't gain me anything at all... Besides that the pictures you posted where crappy low-res pics which are really not helping to determine what device it is. So I went away, not really enough interested to ask you for better pictures...

tl,dr: you might want to get some decent pictures first....
Sorry for these pictures.
I don't have device yet.
Let me post a new picture today.
You will be very surprised concerning this prototype.
The research was very hard and now it's my favorite prototype even in very poor conditions. I have saved his life from bad hands...
I need precious help now to find battery and try to turn ON.

@all TMO users and Nokia fans:
Keep your eyes open.
all helps will be appreciated.
 

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A 770 prototype?
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Originally Posted by gerbick View Post
A 770 prototype?
No.

Here is a new picture.

This time you can find what model is it
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lauta ? 101 chars
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N97 / n97 mini?

Edit: Hmm don't think so if you look at the right side(last picture) you can see kind of curved bottom like first appeared on n8.

Based on that it Might be E7 proto or n950 or indeed Lauta
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I present you Nokia RM-742
It's LAUTA prototype device.
Amazing...!
 

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someone should check out the housing of the Lauta device and make a new phone, probably with Android or Sailfish on it
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