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Topic # 23589 3-Jul-2008 16:04
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Well hey guys :) I have been searching all over the net for a cell phone modle im not sure of the brand but i think its a vodafone,all i know is what it looks like and ill try explain it to you ;X the top and bottom of it is white and the middle is black,its the screen also slides up and down,and i think there is another version of it and the camera rotating camera please dont ask me why im asking these its a long story, any help would be great :)

PS. here is a crap paint job pic of what it looks like mostly you guys will get the idea ;)
http://img79.imageshack.us/img79/2101/lolzoc9.jpg


EDIT RC: Changed subject, and corrected spelling. (we will always try to help here, no need to ask Wink)

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  Reply # 142621 3-Jul-2008 16:55
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Where abouts did you see it? Is it off a movie or website? Diagram is alittle too vague Smile

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  Reply # 142626 3-Jul-2008 17:03
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Hmm, sorry but that diagram does make it difficult.

You could try looking at Nokia 5300 5000 or 5700. They all look similar, though none of them do ALL that your diagram depicts.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 142745 3-Jul-2008 21:47
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Sure you didnt see it on yanko design or one of the other portfolio type sites?




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  Reply # 142749 3-Jul-2008 22:11
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Nokia 5300 was what i was looking for thanks for the help Laughing

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