We knew one was in the pipeline, but now we have a codename and some pics of Nokia's first ever Windows Phone 7 smartphone. Some sneaky so and so snapped a few photos of the Nokia Sea Ray (codename) when it was unveiled to a select few by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. The photos were then passed on to GSM Arena, who proceeded to post them complete with video.
In terms of features, well, they're still few and far between. What we do know is there will be a dedicated camera key, Gorilla Glass touch-display and that it will of course run on Windows Phone 7 with the Mango update. In fact, it doesn't look too dissimilar to the Nokia N9, which was also unveiled this week.
Genuine undercover sleuthing or deliberate marketing ploy? You decide. Click here to read the GSM Arena story.