Exclusive Nokia And Windows 7 “Sea Ray” Smart Phone Video And Report
Well what a scoop we have here, however contrived it probably was. Still, we bring you an EXCLUSIVE video shot just after Nokia CEO Stephen Elop asked the audience to “put away their cameras” as something “super confidential” was about to be unveiled.
We have an almost World exclusive video of the new child of Nokia and Microsoft code named “Sea Ray” it actually looks pretty swish I must say.
Here is the video showing the full leaked video and read our report below:
Windows 7 and Nokia Smart Phone “Sea Ray” – Exclusive
Learn what Nokia and Microsoft have been up to with the release of the new Windows 7 smart phone.
Nokia’s first Windows 7 Phone has made its debut on a leaked video of an internal Nokia conference hosted by CEO Stephen Elop.
Despite Elop’s pleas for confidentiality the video of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 offering, dubbed the Sea Ray, has been leaked on YouTube.
A demonstration of the smartphone revealed that the phone has the Windows 7 Mango update and looks virtually identical to the N9 phone. It is described in the demonstration as a ‘people–centric smartphone’ with ‘five hundred new features and capabilities’.
Elop told the audience, following the demonstration, ‘We are making progress. We are exciting consumers. That is just the first one. I have other devices completely different from that, that are already working as well.’
He added: ‘We have so much to deliver and launch.’
Elop said the company would retain important features in Nokia’s current portfolio as it moves to produce Windows 7 phones. He said Nokia’s innovations in the N9, as well as user experience and industrial design, are ‘going to live on’ in the new phones.
Cynics say the leak is a publicity stunt by Nokia. If so, it heralds a new era of openness at Nokia. Elop talked frankly of mistakes made by Nokia in the past and the pain of the current transitional stage.
He called for open dialogue within the company, saying he wanted to hear from staff on what was going badly as well as what was doing well. He added: ‘It is OK to give us the bad news. The pain we suffered just a few weeks ago about the earnings release would not have happened if the people in this company had shared the bad news earlier.