Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 device have leaked to the public. The leaked images clearly show both the device running Windows Phone 7 and a different LED placement plus camera button on the body.
There's not much else known about the device other than it';s visually similar to the recently launched MeeGo-powered Nokia N9, which has a 3.9-inch 480x854 AMOLED display, 8 MP rear camera with LED flash and a 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 based TI OMAP 3630 processor on the inside.
More on Nokia's Windows Phone 7 portfolio should be revealed at their Nokia World Conference on October 36-27 in London, where it's believed the company will launch their first WP7 devices.
Taking a look at the video embedded below provided by Hungarian site technetblog, you'll see Nokia CEO Stephen Elop delivering a private and confidential meeting to a group of people eagerly awaiting images of something codenamed "Sea Ray." Despite Elop's emphasis on not taking any photos due to the confidentiality, a member of the crowd managed to snap some shots and video of the "Sea Ray" device presentation, which turned out to be of one of Nokia's upcoming Windows Phone devices.