Nokia unveiled the N9, the company's first MeeGo device, at the Nokia Connection in Singapore last week. And not long after, the Finnish company's internal presentation was leaked, including a Windows Phone 7 smartphone codenamed "Sea Ray".
Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop had recently unveiled the device codenamed "Sea Ray" at an internal event. The Sea Ray is a smartphone based on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, though it resembles the N9 which was showcased at Nokia Connection last week, and also at the company's booth in CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. There are some differences though – the physical camera button isn't available on the N9, but for the Windows Phone 7 Sea Ray, it is placed on the right hand side of the phone. It will also feature the same 8-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens as well as 1GHz processor with 512 MB RAM. According to some of the leaked images, the rear of the phone looks similar to the N9 apart from the placement of the dual LED flash. Needless to say, the Sea Ray is running the latest Windows Phone 7.5, which is more commonly known as the Mango update.