See It Again: Nokia Sea Ray With Windows Phone Mango Really Looks Like N9 [Video somewhere from Asia]

19. July 2011 at 14:15

The leaked Nokia Sea Ray video last time came from a conference of Nokia where the CEO shown it to employees but this time the video came from somewhere in Asia Windows Forum. It showcases a look alike Nokia N9 running on Windows Phone 7.5 or Mango but have been facelifted in some feats like buttons and camera dashboard on back. Compare to N9, Sea Ray has a dedicated home button and Windows Phone keys on front that are requirements for a Windows Phone device. 

Fake Nokia N97’s Appear on eBay

28. May 2009 at 20:55

There is less than a month to go until the expected “iphone” beater is due out for release and public demand (or obsession) is so strong that even the chinese have started to chip-in, thats right N97 Clones have already started to appear on eBay and other auction styled websites – so if your planning on buying an N97 for these kind of sites – Be Warned!

It’s official: “iPhone-Killer” by Nokia in the works!

12. October 2008 at 11:38

About half a year ago all the bloggers reported about an upcoming S60 touchscreen-phone by Nokia. It was rumoured to be a mid-class device, making the touchscreen technology available to the lower price-segment. The codename of this device was “Tube”. Since a few days this rumour has turned into reality with the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. Back in the time when there were the first rumours about the 5800, there were also rumours that after the 5800 there will be a high-class Nokia Nseries touchscreen flagship.

Openatownrisk.com is now live!

13. August 2008 at 15:59

Nokia’s new campaign open at own risk is finally online! If you have also signed up when the site was online for the first time you should also have received this e-mail:

Open At Own Risk continues?

30. July 2008 at 10:18

A few weeks ago we reported about Nokia’s campaign Open At Own Risk. It was a new website with a weird clip and a countdown on it. As the countdown has reached zero something should have happened, but nothing happened and many people out there in the forums got very angry.

Now there is a new mini-app in the Download! application of many Nokia handsets. It is in the folder “What’s Hot”. If you want to start it you’ll need to enter a four digit code from www.openatownrisk.com. Unfortunately we don’t know the code yet and can’t find it out because the website “isn’t available”.

If you know the code or if you found out something new please leave a comment!

Source: AAS