Engadget Posted False Images Of New Nokia Windows Phone 7
One of the most popular news these days is about the joining the hands of Steve Ballmer and Steve Elops. People are talking about the new phone from Nokia with Windows Phone 7 and this makes them curious to search any of the image released on internet related to that new prototype. If you are a regular visitor Engadget then you must have seen the prototype of that new phone, but I have updated information regarding that image, which you saw there. In this post we will be talking about them.
By the title of this post you must have got an idea that the images of that prototype mentioned on that website were fake and the reasons which state them are also mentioned below. So do not get misguided by those posted images on Engadget. The reasons to believe that why those images are fake has been mentioned as follows:-
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- The NOKIA logo which can be seen on that back of the image seems to be edited by Photoshop as Nokia never displays their logo in this manner, or I should say that they usually the name of the series of the phone is written 0on the right top corner.
- The camera of the Nokia phones are never enclosed in a vertical window rather they are always in square shape and there is no hole besides the camera.
- Now just have a careful look at the audio jack, you know this difference can be easily observed by you as the audio jack in that image is not 3.5 mm, rather it seems that it is some sort of huge hole which has been allotted for some other reason or purpose.