In 2012, there were rumors that Nokia was working on a new smartphone with a full QWERTY-keyboard. The design of the gadget on the Windows Phone operating system was supposed to recall the E-series. It is assumed that it was going to be presented at MWC 2012, but was subsequently canceled.
Today, @ kev6n laid out images of the alleged model Nokia RX-100 on the Windows Phone 8 in the social network Baidu. The gadget has a 3-inch AMOLED-display, 2 GB of RAM and works on the Qualcomm MSM8968 chip. The main camera has a Toshiba Lada TCM8615MD sensor.
The image also says that the RX-100 is a prototype made in Finland and that the gadget is not intended for sale.