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If even Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop could not help himself from spilling the beans about its first WP7 smartphone, you cannot blame others from doing the same. A quick hands-on video of the Nokia “Sea Ray” has been making the rounds lately, which gives us an idea on how the phone operates.

Judging from the video’s surrounding sound, this was taken inside a Chinese factory, with the phone being placed on the floor as it is filmed clandestinely. In the video, the N9-like handset is turned on, showing a speedy boot-up into its Windows Phone 7 OS. The person taking the video also showed how the phone’s camera works, which features a dedicated shutter button–something that is missing on the N9.

Engadget speculates that the phone’s reddish theme could mean that the Sea Ray would be heading for Vodafone, but we cannot confirm that.

Source: WP Central, via Engadget

 
 

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