Nokia 800 “Searay” Windows Phone press shots leak

By Tom Warren, on 19th Oct 11 4:14 pm with 122 Comments

Nokia 800

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. Pocketnow 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”.

Nokia 800 Windows Phone device

  • Impartial

    Don’t like the Nokia Pure font they have used, shame the Segoe WP fonts are much better looking. Does anyone know if this is user changeable?

    • J A

      You mean they were allowed to change the font? Can we change the font back to the original Segoe WP? However, the hardware is NICE & SLEEK!

    • Impartial
    • Tuxplorer

      If they don’t let me use Segoe WP, I won’t EVER consider buying a Nokia WP device. Why oh why did they have to mess with the beautiful Metro UI? WHY? WHY? WHY?

    • Impartial

      As childish as this is, I have to agree with you, if I can’t get a pure WP experience I will buy a HTC Titan…

    • Henriko

      Nooo Nokia please do not change UI and certainly not the font!! It was strange, but when I saw the rendering it was clear that something was “wrong”. It didn’t pop like other pictures of Windows phones, it took my some time to put my finger on what exactly it was, but yes it has to be the font. The font is wrong! Ugh.. Also the colors of the tiles are wrong, dark blue and black whoot, it looks dull compared to other press shots from all other vendors. I really hope this is a fake render! Please let it be fake… 

      I have been waiting for this Nokia device for months and months now, but if this is true, Nokia has ruined everything seriously, don’t fuck with the metro interface. Design is the only reason I have been waiting for Nokia hardware, don’t screw this up messing with the software, for christ sake. Suddenly I’m considering going Samsung instead…

    • Tom

      “Nokia Pure” is not just wrong.  It’s not just ugly.  It’s a health hazard.

  • http://twitter.com/Nero3000 Neerav Patel

    hmmm the CE Number is the same as the N9….potentially fake. But good mockup anyway.

    • http://www.winrumors.com Tom W

      Well remember these are renders. I think we all know the Searay is going to use the same chassis as the N9. Makes sense that Nokia would do this.

    • Anonymous

      Regarding the font: Will it be changed?

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      Now this is a question…

    • Anonymous

      I hope not.. this font represents Nokia better..

  • https://profiles.google.com/christopher.gull/ CG

    Nokia will be selling a lot of these to me.. I will be mistaking them for candy.

  • http://www.mainstreetchatham.com/ JimmyFal

    Nokia Music? Hmmmm interesting… Nokia Naviagation, very interesting…

    • Anonymous

      Nokia Music – Meh, maybe.
      Nokia Navigation – You’re welcome on WP

    • Anonymous

      I think Nokia Music will be the alternative for markets that Zune hasn’t entered.

    • Anonymous

      Which is everything to the east of the Atlantic.

  • Seattlematt1976

    Looks like an iPod Nano–with a bigger screen.

  • http://twitter.com/Nero3000 Neerav Patel

    Doesn’t look like Nokia Pure….admitadly thats just quickly checking the numbers against my phone.

  • Guest

    I prefer Nokia Ace. It has far superior design to any phone I ever saw. But would not buy this SeaRay.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joey-Martinez/100001489945086 Joey Martinez

      how do you know how it looks like? 

  • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

    As we could’ve figured so far. Bring it on, N9 casing is gorgeous in every way possible – been playing with it for some time. :)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joey-Martinez/100001489945086 Joey Martinez

      how do you know how it looks like? 

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      Um, what? o.O

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joey-Martinez/100001489945086 Joey Martinez

      woops didnt mean to post that! 

  • http://thommck.wordpress.com Thom McKiernan

    If this is real it will be worse than the Omnia 7 for accidentally hitting the back/bing buttons!

    • http://twitter.com/OldCongress Gamer

      Not at all, just get used to it. I love my trophy, now I don’t want a real button!!

  • Anonymous

    has anyone noticed its got 4 buttons on the side? a volume rocker and 2 other buttons.
    Maybe the extra is actually the power button placed on the side instead of the top???

    • Scooter224

      For me, it looks like a camera button. Im pretty sure this pic is real, cause you can see the same phone on youtube if you enter “nokia sea ray”. It shows a prototype with the same 4 buttons. Nokia N9 only has 3.
      The power button is is next to the volume buttons, so the last one has to be for the camera.

    • http://twitter.com/Shadow_024 Shadow 024

      volume up, volume down, power, camera. com’on man

  • PG

    Doesn’t look like the changed the font at all.  I am looking at my HD7 and the Hotmail text is the same as what is in that render pic above.

    • Anonymous

      The ‘g’ in Nokia Navigation.

  • Anonymous

    Whoa…I never upgrade before contract expires but I might just do that this time. And I LOVE my current Focus.

  • Tuxplorer

    Nokia Pure font is fugly as hell. What the hell were they thinking? PLEASE Microsoft, do something about it. Segoe WP is the best font in the world. Don’t change it.

    When will they understand Nokia just DOES NOT design good UI?

    • Anonymous

      Microsoft does not control Nokia.. They even gave them the chance to change the UI if they deem fit .

    • http://twitter.com/jonas_maj M. Ahmad Jonas

      Yeah, I always had this feeling Nokia would somehow ruin this. WP7 is the best smartphone OS in the world, by far. It has by far the most GORGEOUS UI, and Segoe WP is a big part of that. All we needed from Nokia was some stunning HARDWARE design. Instead they totally messed up the Metro UI. Nokia software has ALWAYS been and ALWAYS will be fugly.

      Nokia WP is history to me. HTC and Samsung FTW.

    • Anonymous

      I think this looks good and am selling my Omnia 7 to get this when it’s out . Samsung and HTC care more about android.. Just compare the specs sheet of their wp7 devices to their android counterparts .

    • http://twitter.com/warex3d warex3D

      Are you serious? The design is just gorgeous! Very minimalist and clean. 

    • Anonymous

      #1 – the changed the gorgeous Metro font to something hideous
      #2 – the side buttons are FUGLY and outdated

    • Tuxplorer

      All we wanted was a stunning hardware from Nokia, to complement the best smartphone OS WP7. I guess it was too much to ask for. Nokia HAD TO mess up the Metro UI.

    • Tuxplorer

      Have you compared the Segoe WP font to this awful “Nokia Pure” font? Segoe WP totally fits in with the overall Metro UI.  Nokia Pure looks out of place. And typography is the number 1 selling point of the gorgeous Metro UI. They have ruined it completely.

    • Anonymous

      Agreed! Obviously the Segoe WP is not the ONLY thing about WP7, but it’s part of it’s already iconic appearance and vital! I thought Elop was brought in to get Nokia “all in” with WP7 on Nokia hardware. What is this – some of kind of sop to the anti-MSFT crowd within the company? Looks like sabotage to me. If I were Joe Belfiore, I’d be very angry with this.

    • Tom

      I tried to read the Nokia annual report (the 20-F, for the ADR shares).  The entire thing is set in “Nokia Pure” !!!

      The damn thing gave me a splitting headache.  I felt like I was reading something set in one of those “Condensed” fonts.  Finally I gave up and copy-pasted the whole thing into Word, where I can change the font to something sane.

      If it’s only on the tiles, it might be tolerable.  If the email client uses that font, then I’m not using a Nokia Winphone.  “Nokia Pure” is unusable for any kind of reading application.

    • Impartial

      Agree with that design is amazing, but he is also right to say that nokia in terms of software design, they stink!

    • Anonymous

      While the design is minimalistic and gorgeous, it doesn’t compensate the waste of gorrilla glass that is used. Too much waste. Although the overall size of gorrilla is large, the working size of the screen just 1/3 of the total screen. That is sooo crazy about the design of this phone. I really hate that giving that 3.7in while wasting about an inch of the glass. That is even worst than iphone. Never expected that from Nokia but was worried from the leaked video and shots about design which seems to be true. So, I am to mcuh tensed.

  • Dominic Blakey@live.co.uk

    Not liking the look of Nokia Musik. Should only have Zune, consistency is key.

    • Anonymous

      They need a differentiating factor for the sacrifice of going with solely wp7.

    • PG

      Remember its just an APP, you can click+hold and uninstall any application you do not like.  It’s like the HTC HUB, fully removable if you do not want it.  Likely just a link to Nokias store where you can purchase music; if you prefer Zune then that is still available as well.

    • Anonymous

      I doubt there will be Zune if Nokia music is there .. I could be wrong but MS is giving Nokia quite a bit of room to operate than the other OEMs

    • PG

      You have to remember the Zune app (‘music + videos’) is also the media player so they cannot remove it.  That is a core function of the OS, many other apps tie into the media player such as msn videos, youtube, iheartradio and other apps, plus it is used to play music in the background when you are doing other activities – playing games, browsing, etc.  It’s not going anywhere.  The Nokia Musik is an extra APP if you want to use it, if not uninstall.

    • OMG55

      Agreed, Zune is it!!! Maybe this is a European offering only

    • ReturningToNokia

      @Dominic …Zune services is not available in many markets that Nokia will be selling this device in, thus Nokia Musik will be the alternative for these markets until Zune services can be deployed.                    

      Zune will be available for the U.S. on Nokia WP devices.

  • Mobile user

    That is my phone. I am getting the black one. Daughter getting the pink one. Wifey in on Apple. That is fine. Me and daughter are on one side. lol

    • Anonymous

      You must convert her.  You are the man of the house!

    • Mobile user

      You are not married I guess Aaron. You may be the man some of the controls are somewhere else. LOL

    • http://twitter.com/starksimon Stark

      Give her a choice: convert to WP or you divorce her and put her nude pics on teh interwebz ;)

    • Mobile user

      @Stark, I think you are a moron

    • Anonymous

      Haha, I actually am married, although only 4 months so far.  I have limited experience obviously but I think a good recipe for marital success is clear lines of authority.  I get the final say on our technology items, such as TV’s, computers, and phones.  She gets the final say on everything else.  So far it works great!

    • Impartial

      kudos +100 for a hilarious thread! And yes, he must convert her, what is this world coming to!

    • Anonymous

      Exactly.  First women want the right to vote, now they want the right to choose their own gadgets?

    • Mobile user

      @AaronDotNET:disqus I know women now ruling countries too. One of them wanted to be a president of US too. I know they are taking over the world.

    • Leon1188sg

      that’s fine so long there are more WP than ip@#$%!

  • Anonymous

    Is that thing missing a front facing camera? I thought all second gen “Mango” hardware should have them. I may not use it so much but how good could Skype be without a camera? Really this is the only turn off for this phone. I may get over it though… if I have to.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe it is because I have never owned a Nokia, but the hype behind their devices accompanied by the downright dragging a led weight speed they seem to be going to actually release a device is really starting to look more lazy than actually innovative. Where HTC and Samsung are already on Round 2, Nokia has yet to actually make a showing while still getting whatever special treatment. If they finally release a device that is mind blowing (Camera, Sound, Screen quality) then the wait may well be worth it, but until something tangible makes it out this year, I really do not see the point in all the hype. 

    More phones with high quality features are always good, but after such a long wait from the announcement back in 2010 to the possibility of a NOV to 2012 release, if their phones don’t deliver, this will make Microsoft look extremely bad. An Example would be a well built, but under powered device (say the HTC Radar level which isn’t bad, but really isn’t a Nokia High End offering spec wise for this long of a wait). Now if multiple devices launch, with a Gen 1 powered low end, and a few Titan level powered high end devices, then the wait may well be worth it. As long as there are no software hiccups ala Dell/Samsung. 

    I totally love my HTC Arrive and my only replacement would be a Titan or another HTC device with a similar keyboard down the line, but I really want WP7 to thrive and to do that, all the partners really need to stick it into high gear to release devices as innovative as the OS itself. I know there is a Hardware Spec limitation, but we all hear how Nokia gets to push that envelope a tad as well as we see what HTC can do with the high end of the spec. If we can get a lot of fresh new well built devices, maybe a few low end spec devices for the entry level consumers, and get them out all before Christmas, then the media, the market, and the user base may finally have a solid eye on WP7 for the long haul. 

    Only time will tell at this point for us. Let’s hope we are not disappointed.

    • Anonymous

      you wrote a 4 paragraph rant but you couldnt manage to say anything sensible?

  • Anonymous

    Not sure I like this with the side buttons, no front-facing camera and bastardized font!

    • Sarah_gilbert

      Your right at first look it looks good but then you start to see all the little fugly crapping up the design. I was really hoping Nokia would kick start WP7 but it looks like the end is near  :(

    • Anonymous

      Maybe the mistake 4-5 months ago was to think Nokia HAS to be the savior of WP7. But with the HTC Titan, I’m thinking the Koreans have the answer!

    • Guest

      Titan is too big, research shows only small minority wants screen size over 4″

    • Anonymous

      Nonsense, I can fit the Titan in my jacket pocket just fine.

    • Anonymous

      HTC is a Taiwanese company. Unless you are referring to Samsung, then ignore this.

  • http://twitter.com/jonas_maj M. Ahmad Jonas

    kk

  • How Much Longer WP7?

    Would love one, but… with no front-facing camera, this is a no go.  :(

  • Adam Shaw

    I will be looking at the Nokia to be my next phone. Looking good so far. Hope the dont chage the font though.

  • Johnedwards

    jordan on the drive.. across the lane… turnaround shot- GOT IT! 63 for Jordan! a new nba record has been set in the boston garden!

  • http://www.gamerelatedblog.com/ StriderNo9

    I don’t love the new font.

  • Anonymous

    If this is the leaked SeaRay, I’m already tilting towards the HTC Titan.

    • Anonymous

      there will be more than one Nokia device at launch

    • Philr8

      The Titan is looking better and better every day.

  • Anonymous

    I didnt even notice this had a different font from the other other wp7 devices until people started pointed it .. is a font the most important feature in a phone? Didn’t know people could be that petty

    • Tuxplorer

      It’s not about nitpicking. It’s about taking away one of the greatest aspects of the WP7 UI — the gorgeous typography. They have disfigured the most beautiful smartphone UI in the world. That’s why I’m so disappointed. I have been waiting for months and months for a Nokia WP device. And now I know I will never be able to use one.

    • Anonymous

      Well Nokia is the only wp7 OEM that has decided to go with only wp on their smartphones ..  they were giving the chance to change the entire UI if they deemed it fit (as Elop revealed) but they choose not .. also dont forget that as A company they have their own Identity which inludes their font as well so if you are going to get dissappointed by a phone just because of a font then you will be even more.. Nokia will try to do something to diferenciate their devices from other wp7 phones and I don’t think its going to end with just the font.. maybe Nokia devices is not a thing for you in the first place. 

    • Tom

      It is not just “a font.”  It is “Nokia Pure.”

      If they’d changed it from Segoe to Tahoma, or Calibri, or Verdana, that would’ve been OK.  Weird and inexplicable, but OK.

      But “Nokia Pure” is one of the few fonts that have actually made my eyes and head hurt.  The thing is basically only usable as a logotype, and yet Nokia uses it everywhere — including for all their investor communications.

      I’m glad someone noticed in the screenshots, because I wouldn’t have noticed until I opened up the email client and tried to read a large block of text.  Thanks to all you eagle-eyed font sleuths for saving me the pain.

  • http://twitter.com/OldCongress Gamer

    Been waiting for this moment, I will buy it as soon as it reaches Singapore Nokia store. Been drooling at N9 build quality too bad its not windows phone.

  • Deleon_gil

    Nokia, please, please, please don’t force me to get a Focus S.  Have a change of heart and bring this to the US before the end of the year.

  • Brevbjerget

    If this isn’t a fake, they either changed the screen size or the overall size of the device to make room for the “back/home/search – buttons”… compared to the N9
    http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n9-pictures-3398.php

     

  • Anonymous

    Is font really that important? It’s barely different, not really noticeable. If someone didn’t notice it, I doubt anyone here would notice it.

    • Philr8

      I know it’s hard for some peope to understand, but different people notice different things.  To me, the font change sticks out like a sore thumb.  It’s plainly evident just by looking at the numbers used for unread messages/missed calls.  Those are not Segoe.  It’s an instant identification for me.  If you didn’t notice it, that’s fine, but everyone is different.

    • Anonymous

      How many Nokia devices have you owned .. If I may ask ..

    • Philr8

      That isn’t germane to the discussion.  I’m in the market for a WP7 device and I will judge the merits of devices from several manufacturers before I make a purchase.  I’m considering Nokia because their reputation for building solid, durable devices with great cameras.  But above all else, I’m in the market for a WP7 device.  Not a Nokia device.  If Nokia changes the things that I like about WP7, such as the typography, then I’m not interested.

    • Anonymous

      @Philr8. . I asked a simple question which you didn’t answer but I asked because if you had owned a Nokia device in the past you would have known that their font together with their Grand Valse tone is one of their long standing identities.. You really thought they were going to eat every bs Microsoft fed then .. If you can’t identify with a font tgat represents Nokia’s identity then this is certainly not the phone for you

  • http://twitter.com/Rocklee99 Austin Agli

    so nows theres zune and nokia music…? why not combine them on the nokia devices and put the nokia music as a sub option or something in the zune player…it kinda annoys me to have two of the same kind of apps that do the same thing…

    • Anonymous

      There are more than 5 music subscription apps on ios and android.. Napster, Rdio,Slacker, Spotify, Pandora,MOG, Rhapsody… Not to talk of iTunes and the upcoming Google music.
       is there any sensible reason wp7 should be stuck with only one when there is abundance of choice on orther platforms.. also dont forget Zune works only in US and Canada so Nokia shoulld ship half backed phones to their strong marketts which doesnt support Zune ?

  • http://twitter.com/laserfloyd Lewis McCrary

    With enough backlash perhaps they’ll backtrack and switch it back.  So very stupid to even make the effort to do that also.

    “Guys, I have a great idea. Lets change the font!”
    “Why? Shouldn’t we focus our efforts on more relevant things and not mess with something that’s already elegant and otherwise polished?”
    “No…”

    I’m just hoping maybe they’re mockups and some poor fool didn’t have Segoe installed on his machine.  Maybe? Please? :)

    • Anonymous

      what are you talking about?

    • Tom

      Go to the “Investor Relations” part of the Nokia website.  Get the PDF of last year’s 20-F (the SEC annual filing required for American Depository Receipts).  Try to read it.  Be sure to have some eye drops handy.

      That font is called “Nokia Pure.”  They actually paid money for this thing.  It shares a number of characteristics with “Chicago” on Mac OS Classic, one of the ugliest fonts ever shipped on a computer.  (And Steve Jobs said that Microsoft had no taste …)

    • Anonymous

      I prefer ot to the original metro font

  • Anonymous

    Nokia music?  Is this the beginning of fragmentation in the platform.  Dear Microsoft, don’t let this turn into another Android or Windows Mobile.

    • Anonymous

      and there is going to be even more.. Nokia will have its own appstore on top of the marketplace.. Some of you are just damn annoying.. Apart from US and Canada Zune is not available anywhere.. Nokia is strong in Europe and Asia.. is there any reason Nokia should ship phones to its strong markets without basic features as music service when Nokia has a music service.. fragmentation my foot.. !!

  • http://www.facebook.com/aerosmillie David Smillie

    Where is the front camera???

    • Anonymous

      at the back lol

  • Anonymous

    Damn I thought it was only Nokia fanboys who wre annoying and petty not knowing Microsoft fanboys were even worse…. a font? seriously? 

    • MyNameHere

      What would you do if, say, AT&T started screwing around with the precious iPhone’s look-and-feel?

    • Anonymous

      comparing apple and oranges to make a statement? Nokia is an OEM .. AT&T is a wireless carrier where do you draw the pararells?

    • MyNameHere

      Duh. Well since Apple makes their own phones, it makes sense to say “what if AT&T did X, Y, Z”. Who else? I thought it would be obvious to most people. I guess not.

      But you are purposefully changing the subject to avoid answering the question. The point is that every iFanboy would have a coronary if anyone but Apple started messing with the iPhone’s look-and feel. What would you say if that happened? Hmmm?

    • Philr8

      I know, it seems really petty and strange, but Metro is big part of why I love WP7, and to me, it’s just not Metro without Segoe.  I’m weighing my options and I’ll probably buy a new WP7 device in the next six months.  I have the Arrive on Sprint and I’m am not currently under contract.  A Nokia device on AT&T isn’t out of the question for me… but if Nokia screws with Metro, I’m not buying.  It’s that simple.

    • Anonymous

      I really hope Nokia keeps this font just to screw with you guys so we the true Nokia fans can buy the phone.. 

      Most of you who are complaining haven’t even owned a Nokia phone before..  i feel more comfortable with this font than the actual wp7 font

    • Tom

      I didn’t mind when IKEA standardized on Verdana.  I don’t get all upset at people who use Comic Sans.  I don’t turn up my nose at people who use Arial instead of Helvetica.

      But I have seen “Nokia Pure” before.  It is a deal-breaker.

  • Anonymous

    Who wants to bet that Nokia is only going to “Pure Font” on European release and us Americans will get the Segoe WP?

    • Anonymous

      Am betting they will use pure on each one of their phones as they have been doing with Symbian, meego , maemo and now wp7 without any compromise. U not going going to buy their device just because of the font good luck with your crappy Samsung and HTC

    • Anonymous

      If that’s the case, then no sale to me. Samsung or HTC, here I come!

  • Anonymous

    I have been really looking forward to the high quality hardware Nokia has to offer. However, I want a pure Windows Phone OS. I DO NOT want them changing the font. When I saw these photos, something looked very wrong. After comparing it to my phone, I realized it is the font.

    Messing with the beautiful Metro design is a deal breaker for me and HTC will get my business if they do so. I am ok with them adding value with their excellent Ovi maps and other services. However, If they start replacing the default apps or changing the Metro design, I will have to give them a pass despite the amazing hardware.

    • Anonymous

      It’s like Samsung with their TouchWiz & Bada crap. They just can’t leave well enough alone. These OEMs think that they’re OS geniuses. Only Apple, MSFT & Google know how to implement a mobile OS through and through. Leave it to the pros.

    • Anonymous

      The problem is that these hardware companies all know that they can only do so much to differentiate themselves. Then they try to find software things to change to make their offering “better”.

      That only works if you offer a unique OS. Consumers do not want fragmentation. They want a “pure” OS experience on fantastic hardware. I hear Android users complaining all the time about how some company ruined the OS with their own crap.

    • Anonymous

      This is why Apple dominates the mobile industry profits. They have full control over the entire hardware/software UX. MSFT is trying to do a hybrid of the Apple/Google by only doing the OS but having the strict App Market. Remains to be seen if it will work to gain inroads on those mobile profits.

  • Emi Cyberschreiber

    People forget these are RENDERS, RENDERS!!!!

    do you think 3d designers care about a stupid font?? they just need to display a similar product if thats their task. do they cared Windows phone uses Segoe WP? NO!

    they just need something that looks similar. really, its stupid to complain about a font, when its not a real device, its a 3d render, it has textures, that wont be exactly like original product. i bet they had to make these design fast, and believe me, you DONT CARE about a Font when you dont have enough time.
    its not like Nokia team makes 3d designs anyway, maybe they have their team but i bet they dont use Windows phone to care about what Font WP uses.

    in other words…. talk about the phone when you see a real device. the phone looks great, anyway, and if i have money i would get one of these Nokia WP.  

  • Harangue

    That XBox live icon looks a whole load different from what I’ve seen so far in Mango devices. There is just such a hint of fake surrounding this render.

    • Guest

      Not to mention the different Internet Explorer icon and missing “phone” on the phone tile.

  • Bongbong

    People turned off by the font change should not read any Nokia News anymore. There are other brands you could buy. Nokia WP7 will sell regardless.

  • http://profiles.google.com/mohit9sachdeva Mohit Sachdeva

    I am so getting this sexy thing!!

  • Gurdeep

    I see end of Nokia. Is this what their engineers come up with when their company is on the verge of being shut down. It is fucking ugly to put it mildly. I was waiting for this phone to replace my old BB. Very disappointed.