If we limit ourselves by now to think that Nokia will show their first phones with Windows Phone 7 in October at the Nokia World Conference, behold, the wait ended earlier than we had hoped.
The disclosure of the first Nokia phone with Windows Phone 7 was made by CEO Stephen Elop, who by negligence or not showed the prototype that it was in possession of a group of people, who asked not to take pictures in advance.
Even if the pictures are not as clear as we hoped, however, they give us a few precious details. The first Nokia Smartphone with Windows Phone 7 adopt a sober design, the shaped Nokia N9. Construction of housing is slim with rounded edges and the screen is protected by Gorilla Glass.
On the back of the case we see a camera with LED flash, and the sides we have a flap to adjust volume, dedicated photo button and a switch for the screen lock function.
From the few data available we learn that the prototype codenamed Sea Ray works on Windows Phone 7 Mango, version promised for the users on autumn.