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So was in a Telecom store last weekend convincing my old lady to buy a new phone, we were playing around  with a few when I stumbled upon a glitch on  the in-store 920, recorded it below and  was wondering if it was running an old firmware or is this common?
Firmware: 1232.2109.1242.1005
OS version: 8.0.9905.12

Have to say, after having a play with the old ladys phone, im pretty keen to ditch the galaxy S 3 in favour of trying a high end windows 8 phone, quite different to what im used to to, but I do like it. 

BTW we ended up getting her a windows 8 phone, not the nokia but the HTC 




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  #799315 14-Apr-2013 20:22
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I'd say that handset had a few bumps in its life.

Also those versions are pretty old.





 

 

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Yeah I thought that they might be a rather early firmware. . .

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