Imagining a Nokia Windows Phone

CNET's concept art of the 'Sea Ray' Nokia-made Windows Phone.

Josh Long/CNET)

We’ve been wondering to ourselves what a Nokia-made Windows Phone would look like ever since Nokia shocked the mobile world by announcing a commitment to Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS.

This week we’ll finally get to find out when the company unveils its Windows Phone road map at Nokia World in London. CNET News’ Maggie Reardon and Stephen Shankland will be there to report on all the news, but until then, we can always imagine what the devices will offer.

For a while, we weren’t sure of the shape, since Nokia runs the design gamut from slates to slide-out QWERTY phones, but we were certain of two things: it would have a great camera and well-considered hardware. Thanks to the Nokia Sea Ray and Sabre leaks, we now have a pretty good idea of the design destined to house the first Nokia Windows Phone.

The Sea Ray’s … [Read more]

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