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New Nokia WP7 handsets either leaked or faked, it's hard to tell (video)

Sharif Sakr
08.10.11
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This is a tricky one. You're looking at a grab from a slightly shaky video that was emailed to Jay Montano and MyNokiaBlog. The tipster claimed to be a Microsoft insider, but used a .ovi email address. The video itself certainly looks polished, although it culls a couple of bits of footage from marketing clips that have been out for a while, including a futuristic segment from a Microsoft Office Labs promo. It's either a genuine leak revealing new handsets that look substantially different to the Sea Ray, or it's one of those silly Nokia-style manufactured leaks, or -- very possibly -- it's just a nicely edited bit of fakery from a fan. But, whoever made it, we think they have some style.



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