Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 handset has once again leaked ahead of its expected autumn launch with the upcoming device, codenamed Sea Ray, appearing in a detailed hands-on video.
Seemingly shot in one of Nokia’s manufacturing plants the leaked video offers a very clear and detailed look not only at the handset’s sleek edges and minimalist form factor but gives a glimpse at the unit running the Microsoft OS and even demonstrates the device’s camera.
Leaked by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop last month during a hands-on demonstration to Nokia staff at an internal product unveiling, the company’s first Windows Phone 7 handset boasts a form factor similar to that of the recently unveiled MeeGo touting Nokia N9.
Expected to be officially unveiled and released later this year to coincide with the arrival of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Mango update, the Nokia Sea Ray will mark the Finnish company’s first collaboration with Microsoft that will hope to reignite Nokia’s flailing standing in the smartphone market.
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