Thailand’s youngest and first female Prime Minister uses a Nokia Lumia 920 in white

| February 6, 2013 | 17 Replies



Prime Minister of Thailand, Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra of Thailand, is seen pictured above with a white Nokia Lumia 920.


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  1. dr. J says:

    She also uses a vaio…….n that particular vaio is awesome

  2. Rat Kutti says:

    If not for the creamic camera strip at the back, i’d have tuf time spotting the phone :D

  3. Souvik says:

    kya maal hai :O
    bc asa pm agar idhar aa jaye desh apne aap sudhar jayega ;)

  4. b4b4.4l1 says:

    Well, seems like she is pretty aware of latest gadgets :3

  5. FireDragon says:

    And neat Sony Slider! Beauty with Brain, power and the toys! Nice.

  6. Alvester says:

    Damn! She is beautiful.

  7. Sue says:

    Beauty with the beast. . .

  8. Zizou says:

    Shes so beautiful.. Must be the most cute delegates around the world

  9. wpcyan says:

    windows 8 fan :D

  10. twig says:

    Good job Thailand.

    • twig says:

      Looks like Amazon is cleaning out inventory on the Nokia Purity Wired Headphones. Prices are dropping as the Nokia Purity Wireless Pro’s are pictured in the U.S. with a 1-3 month wait.

  11. Carbontubby says:

    Yingluck Shinawatra, Julia Gillard, Angela Merkel, it’s time women started ruling the world :)

    That’s a nice and rather rare Sony Win8 slider too.

  12. dss says:

    Windows 8 is where its at :)

    Can’t wait for Haswell/Bay Trail and AMD’s Kabini & Temash chips to start shipping… those will bring out the full potential of the OS in terms of form factors and functionality.

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