Final press shots of Nokia’s “Searay” 800 Windows Phone device leaked on Wednesday.
The renders show the final styling for Nokia’s first Windows Phone, due to be announced at Nokia World next week. The Nokia 800 is expected to be made available in a number of color variants, similar to Nokia’s previous Symbian devices. Pocket now posted images of the 800 and report that the device will be available in black, blue and pink. The images appear to include a Nokia Navigation application and Nokia Music, which will likely provide access to Nokia’s music store.
The Nokia 800 surfaced in leaked promotional materials recently. Marketing material leaked last week that depicted two adverts for Nokia Windows Phone devices. The first advert comes with the tag line “today the sun will rise and set. The rest is up for grabs.” The second advert features the tag line “take, tag, sort and share. All in a flash.” Both adverts demonstrate the social sharing aspects of Windows Phone 7.5.
Nokia appears to be preparing at least two Windows Phone devices. A number of different codenames and specification lists have emerged over the past few weeks, none of them yet confirmed. Nokia is expected to unveil its first Windows Phone powered device at its Nokia World 2011 conference in London next week. A number of Microsoft employees will also be speaking at Nokia World to detail the latest improvements with Windows Phone 7.5 and presumably some of Nokia’s software improvements. Nokia is believed to be preparing its “Sea Ray” device for the first official public unveiling, alongside another device codenamed the “Ace” or “Sabre”.