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The Nokia 'Sea Ray' has surfaced again today, showing the Windows Phone 7 device running the upcoming Mango update in a grainy video from the production line.

The Nokia N9 was dubiously leaked by CEO Stephen Elop last month, who was filmed theatrically telling audience members to turn their cameras off.

Here the handset appears again, thanks to Chinese-language site Wpxap which initially posted the clip.

Luckily for us, WPCentral managed to repost to the vid to YouTube, as the original is only viewable in mainland China. Check it out:

Half way through the video the device is booted up and we get a glimpse of Mango in its "release to manufacturer" (RTM) form. There's a little bit of camera action too. Fruity. ®

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