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UNVEILED: Nokia CEO Stephan Elop previews first Microsoft Windows Phone on Video
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 23.06.11 - 16:35:12 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7530x
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Look at that, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop himself has unveiled Nokia's very first Windows Phone smartphone during a shot demo at an internal company meeting earlier this week. While the device has not yet an official product name, Elop mentioned that it is codenamed "Sea Ray". The device, it's unclear yet if this will be indeed goes to commercial production or if it is just the development hardware for Microsoft's Windows Phone OS, looks pretty much like the recently announced Nokia N9 MeeGo smartphone. The demoed device features - according to Elop - "a beautiful design, a Gorilla Glass touchscreen, pillow shaped backing, and a (Nokia-typical) Carl Zeiss 8 megapixel camera".

And while Elop asked for no pictures, because the device is super confidential, a video says more than thousand words anyway!

It's expected that the first Nokia Windows Phone will be launched end of this year in 6 European countries with more Nokia Windows Phones to follow in 2012.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by mr. x on 23.06.11 - 19:34:06

i worked at many manufacturers and there is no fucking way that this happened accidentally. look at the video, it is not a mobile phone cam but looks like it was broadcasted. I am sure this is a planned leak for whatever reason. and therefore I am sure that this is nothing we will see commercially available. it is just a red herring!

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