Nokia’s forthcoming Windows Phone 7 handset, described earlier this year under the tough-sounding codename Sea-Ray, has been filmed somewhere in China.
Removing the phone from casing, presumably there to disguise the phone, it’s almost a mirror image of the Nokia N9, which we’ve had a bit of a play with ourselves. One noticeable addition is the camera button on the side; one of those pesky Windows Phone 7 requirements policed by Microsoft.
Nokia boss Stephen Elop had previously described the device as a ‘fully functional Windows Phone 7 device’ with a Gorilla Glass screen, 8-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics.
After getting powered up, we can see that trust trio of Windows buttons, and the camera in action. Then it’s back to sleep- that is, until it hits the shops. Whether it’ll arrive arrive before or after the Fujitsu offering rumoured to arrive next month remains to be seen – no release date or pricing details yet.