We've already gotten a glimpse
prerelease stock UI for handsets, but just like Symbian
, there's no guarantee that the experience is going to be consistent across manufacturers -- and a new video apparently captured from an online survey makes it seem like Nokia might be looking to go in a slightly different direction. The one minute, twenty-nine seconds of footage walks us through five parts -- starting up, the "powerful multitasking UI," getting connected, the Ovi Store
experience, and the music player -- and as you might imagine, it's the Ovi Store portion that has us feeling like this is a thoroughly Nokia-customized experience (not to mention the copyright in the lower left). It generally looks richer and more functional than what we've seen before, and parts -- like the webOS
-esque multitasking -- remind us of Maemo
5's thumbnails, which makes perfect sense considering MeeGo's roots. Follow the break for the full video.
The video has since been removed from YouTube. New embed posted.