At a low-key press conference, one intrepid fellow—going against the wishes of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop—kept their camera running, as Nokia’s first Windows-based phone, dubbed the "Sea Ray," was unveiled yesterday.

The device, running on Windows Phone 7 Mango, looks almost identical to Nokia’s new flagship product, the soon-to-be-released N9, which is based on Linux’s MeeGo OS. Accommodating Windows shouldn’t come as a shocker, though. After all, the growth of MS’ mobile OS user base is surpassing that of even Android and iOS—mainly due to the fact that Microsoft runs the business world and thus syncing between desktop and mobile is made easier.

[via Engadget]