Below is a video presentation by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop in which he shows off a "super confidential" device codenamed Sea Ray. Sea Ray looks virtually identical to the just-announced Nokia N9 and now includes a dedicated camera button and altered flash for the Windows Phone 7-based handset. There's not much info on the OS itself apart from Sea Ray is running Mango, which includes multitasking, IE9 browser and deeper third-party app support with more advanced home tiles and camera support.
In the video, Elop is adamant that the presentation not get out to the "blogosphere", but how would a video of this quality not get noticed and were the people not on NDAs or anything? Staged leak? Trying to drum up hype for the new Nokia built, Windows Phone 7-based handset? We have no idea, but whatever it is, it's out and on the tubes.
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