Nokia Windows Phone 7 Sea Ray device leaked on video again

first_imgEarlier this year, Nokia set off a chain of spit-takes around the world by announcing that it was going to move away from Symbian. Of course, that didn’t come as a complete surprise since reports had also previously pegged a move from Symbian to Maemo by 2012. The announcement that Windows Phone 7 was the new platform of choice rocked Espoo and Nokia workers took to the streets in protest.The dust has settled now, and everyone is waiting patiently for Nokia to show off its first Windows Phone 7 device again. CEO Stephen Elop teased the public with a brief glimpse of the Sea Ray back in June. The phone looked an awful lot like the Nokia N9, which was introduced just the day before Elop’s presentation.AdChoices广告Apart from that early glimpse, all we knew was that the Sea Ray would be arriving after the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update was good to go. With it now looking like Mango could be ready as early as August, it certainly seems like production lines ought to be cranking somewhere if Nokia plans to put Sea Ray on retail shelves.And if a leaked video that’s making the rounds is any indication, the wheels may indeed be in motion. Supposedly captured right on the factory floor, the Sea Ray is shown off in a bit more detail. No specs are revealed, but the video does show that Sea Ray includes hardware buttons and is already running Windows Phone 7 Mango build 7710, which is an RTM. It also doesn’t look like the svelte Sea Ray sports a front-facing camera, which will be a downer for those of you hoping that you’d be able to make video calls once an app like Fring or Skype shows up.More at WP Centrallast_img

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