Nokia's very first Windows Phone 7 Mango handset has made an appearance in what's purported to be a leaked carrier presentation sheet. Codenamed "Sea Ray," the handset first surfaced in an internal company video of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop introducing the phone to employees. But since then, little has been revealed about the device, and now it has possibly turned up again as the Nokia 703 with specs listed, though conveniently too blurry to be read.
The handset in the picture looks very much like the Nokia N9 MeeGo handset, which the Sea Ray is modeled on. But we'll just call it the 703 for now, since we can't be sure this is indeed the Sea Ray and not another variation. It has a full touchscreen display on the front-face without any physical keys and according to what we can make out of the specs, it has a 3.7-inch display, 8GB of storage, 512MB RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera capable of 720p HD video capture at 30fps.
The specs don't sound all that amazing, pegging it as a more mid-range phone. The 703 model number could also put it in the same class as the recently launched Symbian Belle smartphones: Nokia 700 and 701. However, this could also mean that it supports NFC.
Towards the bottom of the page, under "General" a date is listed as "November 27," which could be the launch date. Well, we won't know all the details for sure until Nokia World in October, when the first Nokia Windows Phone handset is expected to be unveiled.