Video shows first Nokia Home windows Phone
The very first Home windows Phone from Nokia is code-named Ocean Ray, posseses an 8-megapixel camera and uses the Mango form of Microsoft’s OS, based on a relevant video delivered to Hungarian Site Technet.hu.
The recording, which appears in the future from your internal meeting, begins with Nokia’s Chief executive officer Stephen Elop stating that the commercial style of the MeeGo-based N9, that was announced the 2009 week, will survive, and that he asks the crowd to place away their cameras and switch off all recording devices because what he is going to show is “super-private.” Then he removes the Mango-based Ocean Ray, a practical Home windows device which has a screen paid by Gorilla glass, a cushion-formed back, as well as an 8-megapixel camera, based on Elop.
A Nokia worker then takes happens and demonstrates the OS, such as the People hub and Xbox-integration. Once the phone ships, that is likely to happen prior to the finish of the season, it includes Nokia’s own applications, including Maps and something that can help proprietors of their old phones transfer contacts.
Ocean Ray is not the only real Home windows Phone Nokia is developing, Elop noted.
Nokia presently has three priorities: sustaining its business, during the present transition incorporating Home windows in the cellular devices and becoming products out, based on Elop, who stated he really wants to see consumers “drool” over its devices.
The recording was delivered to Technet.hu with an e-mail from your address that did not find out the sender, however when requested, Nokia stated it had been okay to depart online, based on Technet editor Hamar Balázs.
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