This is Nokia's first Windows Phone handset

Summary:Images of an upcoming Windows Phone powered Nokia handset have leaked onto the web.

Images of an upcoming Windows Phone powered Nokia handset have leaked onto the web.

The stills from a video first appeared on the Hungarian site TechNetBlog. It shows a Windows Phone handset code-named 'Sea Ray:'

This handset looks a lot like the recently unveiled Meego-powered Nokia N9.

Here's a video showing the handset, which Nokia CEO Stephen Elop called 'super-confidential' and said he didn't want to see it out in the blogosphere ... oooops.

Full, uncut video available here.

Here are a few more images:

What do you think? And who else has a sneaky suspicion that the video was perhaps 'leaked' deliberately to get us talking about Nokia and WP? That seems like a professionally shot video.

(via Tom Warren, WinRumors)

[Updated to add video.]

Topics: Telcos, Hardware, Microsoft, Mobility, Nokia, Operating Systems, Software, Windows

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