The first-ever in-depth footage of Nokia’s debut Windows phone has surfaced online, ahead of its anticipated release in September.
Check out the clip for yourself below
Codenamed Sea Ray, the handset was first glimpsed last month after images leaked of Nokia Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop demonstrating it to the company at an internal event.
Today, we’ve got a bit more to go on, after a clip of unknown provenance was picked up on by the ever-on-the-money folks at WP Central.
Although, specifications for the handset remain shrouded in secrecy, we still manage to get a get a close enough look to determine that it'll sport three buttons beneath the screen - contrary to rumours that it'll be free of physical buttons entirely a la Nokia N9.
And even in the blurrycam footage, it’s fair to say that the Gorilla Glass screen looks uncommonly crisp – giving us high hopes that Nok Nok might actually pull this one off.
We won’t have too long to find out, either way. The Sea Ray is set to land along with a host of other Mango-based kits from Samsung, Fujitsu and HTC, in a few months time.