Nokia’s first Windows Phone, ‘Sea Ray,’ gets leaked

Despite the pleas of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, pictures and video of the company’s first Windows Phone, the “Sea Ray,” have hit the blogosphere.

Elop seems to have unveiled the phone Tuesday, after asking everyone present to put away their cameras and recording devices. At least two people from technet.hu didn’t comply and posted video of Elop’s presentation.

The phone looks almost exactly like the N9 the company unveiled on Tuesday, except that it’s running Windows Phone 7 Mango and has an additional button on the side.

I admit that I find the video a little strange — I don’t think it’s fake, since that’s clearly Stephen Elop — but it does cut together footage from more than one camera. Could be an official video that’s been leaked:

What do you think of what you’ve seen of the Sea Ray?

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Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post.

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