New video emerges of Nokia's first Windows Phone device

Nokia (NYSE:NOK) CEO Stephen Elop notoriously asked onlookers to turn off their phones and cameras when he revealed the prototype of the company's first smartphone running Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone platform. Now, a new video has emerged of the device, dubbed "Sea Ray," which looks remarkably similar to Nokia's MeeGo-powered N9 smartphone. According to the blog WPCentral, the video was taken in a development factory in either China or Hong Kong. The video shows all aspects of the outside of the device and demonstrates working Windows Phone software. Nokia has said it aims to have at least one Windows Phone device out in the fourth quarter, with many more models coming next year. Article

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