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Nokia revealed its first Windows Mobile handset this week, giving a select crowd a glimpse of the Mango phone in action.

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop made the presentation to the audience who were asked to put away cameras in anticipation of being shown something hugely confidential. Rules are made to be broken, though, and a minority snapped away regardless, with Technet upping one of the videos to t'interweb.

Nokia Windows Phone Mango

Codenamed "Sea Ray", the handset is similar to the recently-announced N9, although LED placement and an extra hardware button shows its individuality. Oh, and the fact it runs Windows 7, Mango is quite a difference experience too.

Speculation abounds but there's no official word on when the Nokia-Windows phones will surface, but for now, enjoy the following video thanks to the disobedience of a privileged crowd. ®

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