Mobile phone used by Yemeni terrorists :
    On October 28, US intelligence agencies and several other countries prevented a major terrorist attack. At the airports in London and Dubai, two parcels with explosives were intercepted, addressed to Jewish religious organizations in Chicago. It is established that behind the failed terrorist attack is the Yemeni cell of al-Qaeda. Barack Obama has promised to destroy this cell.


    If you look closely at this shot of the bomb, which was allegedly sent from Yemen to Chicago, you will notice in the corner of the board something resembling a small camera. The volume control buttons are on the bottom edge, and the silver area seems to be the place where the battery was located. It’s clear that this is a mobile phone, but what kind of phones are terrorists using?

    Initially, it may seem that this is one of the younger models of Nokia or Motorola, but we must remember that this should be a phone that will work all over the world, it should be able to connect to American operators.

    Judging by the small inscription “D321” on the bottom of the board and the location of the cameras and components, our subject is similar to the Lemon Duo 321, a phone with two SIM cards and two cameras in front and behind. Interestingly, this phone was released recently, and is available as an OEM device for sale to various operators around the world.


    Here is an excerpt from the product description:
    The new Lemon Duo 321 is a stylish mobile phone equipped with two SIM card slots and comes with 2 replaceable color back panels. The lemon bar is set by default, but you can replace it with blue or magenta. Lemon Duo 321 is equipped with a 2.2-inch screen, a video player, an FM tuner, an expansion slot for memory cards up to 4 GB and an application for accessing social networks Lemon Twist, which allows you to quickly access Yahoo, Nimbuzz and Facebook services.

    Didn’t the creators of the bombs think that such a specific device used for explosives would allow them to get information and get on their trail much faster? Logs, registries and other identifying information will probably indicate the place or even the buyer of this phone, and it is hoped that an assessment of how this device was built will help protect us from people like him.

    via Crunchgear

    UPD commentators on this original article were right - this is 100% Nokia 6120c. Perhaps Lemon Duo was created on the basis of this phone, they are very similar.

    As it turned out earlier, the topic was actively discussed here .

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