Sony Ericsson was reported to have a prototype Windows Phone device that never saw the light of day – but it looks like you can get your hands on one of them. An eBay user managed to get his/her hands on the phone and has put it up for auction, giving anybody who’s willing to spend some money the opportunity to own the device.
While not much is known about the phone, it is said to be running on a beta version of Windows Phone and will most probably never get any upgrades in the future. The exact specs of the phone are unknown, but it is said to be 3G data capable, have Bluetooth, global capabilities, GPS, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, WiFi, and an 8.1-megapixel camera.
As of now the highest bid for the phone is at $305.00 but with 2 days left into the auction, who knows how high it’ll get? Anyway, if you’re keen on owning this rare device, head over to eBay now.
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