Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Posted by Saad Hashmi at 7:36 PM —
We covered a lot about the Windows Phone Summit last Wednesday (feels like a decade ago!), but to our surprise there's still more trickling out thanks to some post-analysis. PocketNow wanted to get a better look at the prototype device Joe Belfiore and co. used at the event, which was stated to be Nokia-built hardware, so they did some image enhancement to get the blown-up shots you see above (one more after the break and more at the source link).
There's not really much to the device as it's the ugly duckling prototype we're used to seeing in the mobile world. It's a little thick from the sides, and to be honest looks a bit iPhone-y with its hard-angled rectangular shape. There's a front and rear camera, a headphone jack on top, the USB port on the bottom, and a few controls along the sides. Belfiore said it crystal clear that this hardware was built for prototyping in mind while on stage, so don't expect this thing to ever hit the market. (Would you even want one?)
Image Credit / Source: PocketNow