Last month we were treated to our first peek at the Nokia Sea Ray, the Finnish firm's first Windows Phone 7 device, courtesy of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. Today we're getting another early look at the Sea Ray, but this time the device is being shown off on a factory floor rather than in an executive's hands. The short clip gives us a tour around the Sea Ray's hardware, where we can see a microUSB port on top of the phone and capacitive buttons on the face of the phone, followed by the boot up sequence as well as a quick look at the device's camera. Peep the full minute and a half video below.
There may not be a ton of meat to this new Sea Ray clip, but it's good to see Nokia's first Windows Phone show up again, especially since we haven't exactly seen a ton of new handsets running WP7 come to market lately. After watching the clip, what do you guys think of the Sea Ray? Think it's something you'd make space in your pockets for?