I just got a chance to try out one of the slickest looking #Nokia phones I have ever seen. Soon, you will too! #wp7 [Source]
@samsabri Overall I would say an 8. Solid feel, good camera, responsive UI, and nice little touches on the body construction. [Source]@samsabri Yeah, the camera was good, but I didn’t have optimal lighting. I’d like a larger screen too. [Source]
@samsabri Yeah, the camera was good, but I didn’t have optimal lighting. I’d like a larger screen too. [Source]
As you might guess Microsoft wasn't thrilled about these developments (it probably was especially bothered by him criticizing a partner's unlaunched product. A Microsoft policy document (PDF) warns employees to "be smart", when posting to Twitter about their job. They warn employees not to disclose confidential details to the public.A Microsoft spokesperson has confirmed to Geekwire that Mr. Marini has left the company after eight years, declining to confirm why he departed and whether the Twitter posts were to blame.It is unknown if the "secret" phone Mr. Marini was playing with was the widely shown "Sea Ray" prototype, or another model. Sea Ray did feature a small screen, but to all it the "slickest" Nokia one had seen seems unlikely. Perhaps Mr. Marini had his hands on brand new Nokia WP7 Mango hardware. We should soon find out, as Mango launches in "a week or two". Microsoft just yesterday posted news of the impending launch of Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango).