It looks like the bootleg video has been taken somewhere in China, which actually isn't that surprising as Nokia has allegedly decided to outsource the production of its first Windows Phone device in order to speed up its launch. Unfortunately, there isn't that much being showed off, although it now becomes obvious that the Nokia Sea Ray will probably have three capacitive buttons underneath its screen.
The physical buttons that we saw during the smartphone's introduction were present on this prototype unit as well meaning that they will most likely make it to its finalized version.
We have embedded the video for you below so you can also check out the Nokia Sea Ray in action accompanied by the sweet sounds of factory rumble. Or, in case if you have missed it, feel free to watch the smartphone being presented by Mr. Stephen Elop himself.
source: YouTube via WMPoweruser