Nokia ‘Sea Ray’ Windows Phone’s Leaked Images And Video Emerged Online

Nokia Sea Ray Windows Phone Leaked Image

Look what we have for you. Here you are seeing the first Nokia Windows Phone, code named ‘Sea Ray’ in the above image. A video also surfaces online showing Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop discussing the Sea Ray. It was Stephen Elop himself who introduced the smartphone. During the recent presentation, Elop was asking a crowd of his employees to put away all their cameras and recording devices while he was about to show something “super confidential,” so that the top secret won’t be leaked out online. But some of those excited people couldn’t let it go, because it is Nokia’s first Windows Phone that everybody is waiting for.

Nokia ‘Sea Ray’ Windows Phone’s details are scarce as of now. But, Elop has confirmed that there would be a gorilla glass display and a “pillow shaped backing.” The handset is looking identical to the recently unveiled Nokia N9, and it is running Windows Phone 7 Mango OS. We can see the camera and shutter buttons on it, with the different LED placement on the rear side of the phone. There could be either a 12 megapixel or an 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens.

Nokia is planning to hold its annual Nokia World conference on October 26th and 27th in London. We can say that the Finnish mobile phone maker might be introducing their first Windows Phone at that event, and by the time of holiday season, we will be rocking the first Windows Phone from Nokia. Nokia plans to launch the first Windows Phone handsets in six European countries including the France, Netherlands, Germany, and Italy. Nokia is also planning to launch a dozen Windows Phones throughout 2012, some of these handsets will pack super fast dual-core chipsets.

We are guessing there would be many more Nokia Windows Phone handsets’ leaks in the coming months. Check out the images and video after the break.

Nokia Sea Ray Windows Phone Leaked Image

Nokia Sea Ray Windows Phone Leaked Image


[Source:] [Via: Engadget]

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