Nokia Searay, the first Windows Phone seems to have fully visible in high-resolution. We can call it a resized version of some official and commercial high-resolution banner by the German T-Mobile, if this was real. Or otherwise it just may be another fake Photoshoped image.
Well after Nokia Searay revealed by Stephen Elop himself earlier this year, we recently learnt about another Nokia Sabre by Microsoft themselves mentioned inside the terms and conditions of a Windows Phone App contest. Now here we have another rumour about another Windows Phone by Nokia and that is named as Nokia Ace.
Microsoft Canada, apparently, has removed the recently revealed Windows Phones including Nokia Sabre, Samsung Yukon and Samsung Wembley.
New Terms and Conditions are as follows. All the names of upcoming Windows Phones have been vanished just within a few minutes.
The final version of Windows Phone SDK 7.1 has been released with final finished touches, a bunch of bug fixes, a better installation process and also seven additional languages.
Windows Team Blog has announced that the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 is now available for download.