The Sony Ericsson Windows Phone prototype that's alreayd starred in a couple of leaks is back again. Things are a tad different this time, though, as we now get a peek at the handset on video rather than in photos. A clip of the Sony Ericsson Jolie has surfaced on YouTube, running nearly three minutes in length and offering a tour around the hardware. The phone looks similar to what we've seen of it in the past, complete with the three Windows navigation keys and a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard. There's also a size comparison with an iPhone 4 that (unsurprisingly) shows that the keyboard-equipped Jolie is thicker than Apple's smartphone.
The Jolie has been floating around the Internet for some time now, but unfortunately for Windows Phone fans, it never actually made it to market. That's especially a bummer considering the lack of Windows Phone handsets with physical QWERTYs bolted on. While it's not clear why Sony Ericsson (now known as Sony) never launched the Jolie, at least we've now got this video to give us a better look at the unreleased device. You can find the full video embedded below. Any of you think you would've been interested in checking the Jolie out if it had been launched?