If you care about Nokia’s future, you’ve probably heard of the Nokia Sea Ray, which might become the company’s first (released) Windows Phone handset. Initially showcased by Stephen Elop about a month ago, the Sea Ray has now appeared in a new video, most likely shot in a factory somewhere in South East Asia.
The handset seen in the video obviously runs Windows Phone Mango, and seems to be a prototype – this would explain the apparent lack of a front-facing camera.
Despite previous rumors to the contrary, the Sea Ray has three capacitive buttons (Back, Home and Search), which can be clearly spotted in the video:
As mentioned more than once before, the Sea Ray resembles the MeeGo-based Nokia N9. Which means it is a nice piece of hardware. And with Mango bringing lots of new features to improve WP7, the Sea Ray has lots of chances to become a great smartphone.
From what we’ve heard until now, the Nokia Sea Ray (or whatever it will be called eventually) should be officially introduced before the end of the year.
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