Nokia’s Windows Phone 7 Device Spotted, looks like N9, Codenamed ‘Sea Ray’

It seems that the first Windows Phone 7 device has been spotted by the guys at TechNet from Hungary. The device is codenamed ‘Sea Ray’ and it may perhaps be the first Windows Phone 7 device from the Finnish manufacturer.

The guys have posted videos as well as images of Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop presenting the upcoming device to their employees. Apparently, the Sea Ray looks extremely similar to the newly announced Nokia N9, which is a MeeGo based smartphone.

While the complete specifications of the device have not yet been revealed, what we know is that it will include an 8 megapixel camera with the Carl Zeiss lens, it will be powered by a 1GHz processor, sport a 3.9-inch AMOLED display, a scratch resistant curved glass, polycarbonate body and 16GB or 64GB of in-built storage.

Further what has also been revealed is that there are other Nokia devices running Windows Phone 7 which are already in working condition. So we expect to sped a few other Nokia Windows Phone 7 devices over time.

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