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Topic # 196178 22-May-2016 05:12
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Any suggestions for a mobile phone that is email capable but with no camera,

 

for a specific business site?

 

Preferably NZ locally obtainable, for 'a few hundred' dollars?

 

I have no particular O/S preferences.

 

I have heard that some Blackberries have that specification, but I cannot find one.

 

Even used in good condition would be okay.

 

Suggestions are welcomed please.

 

 


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  Reply # 1557086 22-May-2016 05:38
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Could you not just disable the camera with an MDM solution?


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  Reply # 1557102 22-May-2016 08:02
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Or a bit of sandpaper/dremel ?

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  Reply # 1557104 22-May-2016 08:15
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http://www.noncamerasmartphones.com/?m=1
Here's a list of android ones, though sourcing them here might be harder.
Conversely, buying one cheaply on Trademe which has a 'broken' camera and likely it will be very cheap because of that!

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  Reply # 1557171 22-May-2016 10:34
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I'd just buy a used Android phone, disassemble it and remove the two cameras. Reasonably easy to do, depending on the model.


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