Nokia First Windows Phone Device Leaks in a Wild [Video]
Posted by haseeb on June 23rd, 2011
Voila! Here comes the first Nokia Windows Phone device, There were some leaked pictures surfacing on the net of Windows Phone Nokia device, well it’s been confirmed now the pictures are real and the authenticity has been proved by the leaked video of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop who is addressing Nokia high official employes advising to put their camera and mobile phone turn off as he is showing a Prototype model of Nokia Windows Phone device codenamed Sea Ray.
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As you can see the device looks identical to the recently announced Nokia N9 running MeeGo OS but the flash placement at the back (above the camera instead of its left), as well as a dedicated camera button (the N9 has none) make it different from the N9.
Here is the video Nokia CEO Stephen Elop showing a prototype model (Nokia first Windows Phone 7 deivce) to Employes:
We don’t know much about the device, other than that it’s running Mango (!), has a Gorilla Glass face, a camera, and the same staunch rectangularity of the recent N9. Which is a good thing.
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