On eBay they sell a prototype of an unannounced Nokia smartphone with Android OS: SoC Snapdragon 400 and 1 GB of RAM for $ 2000

Winfuture journalists found on the eBay marketplace a prototype of an unannounced Nokia smartphone

with the Android operating system on board.

What is known

According to the seller, this is a sample of 2014-2015. At that time, the company was still engaged in the release of Windows-based smartphones. The prototype has the name Nokia Ion Mini and, judging by the photos, it quietly fits in your hand. Screen size is not specified, but approximately, it is 3 inches. Its resolution is 800 × 480 pixels. The smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of ROM, one camera, and also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules.


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The smartphone runs on Android OS 4.3 with a pre-installed Nokia Z launcher and several Google applications. There is no Play Store in the system due to the fact that the device has not passed certification. In general, the device looks complete and it is not entirely clear why it did not enter the market.


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The sample is sold for $ 2,000, but we do not recommend buying it. Is that you are a collector who is willing to spend such a sum on a prototype of a smartphone 5 years ago.