There’s a leaked video of private internal meeting at Nokia which its CEO, Stephen Elop had revealed a phone which is still under wraps. Despite his initial warning of no camera or pictures allowed, this video has made it to the public domain in matter of hours.
The device is Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 and it looks awfully similar to the Nokia N9 which was launched few days back. The difference is the LED placement at the back and an extra button on the sides. It is also said to be running on the latest “Mango” release.
Check out the full video after the jump.
This is not the first time Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo employed the dark forces of the Sith lord to promote the Samsung Galaxy S line of smartphones. Darth Vader will once again be the front man of the Galaxy S onslaught in Japan as DoComo launches a marketing campaign around the Galaxy S II featuring him.
We still don’t get it.
Check out the Darth Vader commercial from the previous Galaxy S campaign here.
At the Sony Ericsson Global Conference yesterday we had some brief hands on time with the three newly devices from Sony Ericsson and here are the videos taken from the launch event.
Three more videos await your attention after the jump but before that, we must apologise for the video quality. Our regular shooter ran out of battery so we had to improvise and use a Sony Ericsson Xperia arc to shoot the videos instead. The video quality is not bad but not on par with videos that we usually churn out. Still, something is better than nothing.
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