First Nokia Windows Phone 7 Leaked Out; Sorry Mr. Elop !! [VIDEO]

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I am sure this will blow your mind. How could the biggest mobile maker company do it? My very first question to myself, after seeing this video. Nokia’s mush anticipated first windows phone 7 has been leaked in the blogosphere – despite of Stephen Elop’s repeated precautions and request to keep any recording device away from it.

A few pictures apparently extracted from an amateur video showing Nokia’s Stephen Elop introducing the company’s first Windows Phone 7 handset are making the rounds on Internet.

The new device, to be known as first Nokia phone running on Windows Phone 7, looks identical to recently released Nokia N9 Maemo 6 (not MeeGo) phone. The design is completely same, with the only difference of back flash and a dedicated shutter button.

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Check out images and Video after this break;

To checl the authenticity of above information and pictures, we dug the net and we found this video of Stephen Elop which is the source of above images. In this video Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has been caught requesting to Nokia employees to switchoff all their recording devices a she is going to reveal a “Super Confidential” information towards them.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1lsJOwdmfA

Via: Technetblog, WMPU

3 COMMENTS

  1. well Nokia always has this tendency of mysteriously leaking there upcoming phones and even future road maps

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