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Codenamed "Sea Ray", let us present you Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 device which is planned to be released later this year. Check out the full presentation in the video above (remember to put your cameras away!). If you wish to skip to the part where the device is shown, hit up the 1.15 marker in the video.
Mango is also demoed and walked through after the device is shown off. Check out a couple of pictures below too, stunning eh (features Gorilla Glass and Carl Zeiss optics too)? What do you guys think of the first entry into the platform?
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