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Nokia flings out WinPho 7 phones

Concept snaps prefigure real thing

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Nokia has posted snaps showing what it its first Windows Phone 7 smartphones to may look like.

Well, sort of.

"These are not actual products, just artist renderings of what the Nokia-Microsoft collaboration could produce," confessed the Finnish phone giant.

Nokia WinPho 7

They look rather swish, so we hope these speculative drawings are indeed what Nokia releases. Though if it designers can come up with a look like this, why are so many of the company's current handsets so darn unattractive?

Nokia WinPho 7

Fingers crossed... ®

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