Nokia Sea Ray hardware specifications

We obviously don’t know much about the Nokia Sea Ray (or Nokia SeaRay) Windows Phone handset yet but given what we know about Mango, its certified chassis and the Nokia N9 which is what the Sea Ray is based on in terms of design here are what will most probably be the hardware specifications of the device. Just keep in mind that nothing’s official yet and that early prototypes are apparently simply Nokia N9 chassis with the internals replaced and Windows Phone 7 running on them. So check out the possible Nokia Sea Ray hardware specification after the break:


- Windows Phone 7 Mango OS
- Qualcomm MSM8255 SoC with Adreno 205 GPU
- 512MB or 1GB of LP-DDR2 Ram & 1GB of Rom
- 16/32Gb or 64GB of iNAND internal storage
- GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS : 900/1900/2100 HSDPA 7.2Mbps HSUPA 5.76Mbp and HSPA+
- 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss Optics with Dual-LED Flash and can shoot 720P video at 30fps
- Wide-angle lens with F2.2 aperture, continual auto-focus, Focal length: 3.77mm / 28mm
- 3.7″/3.8″ or 4″ ClearBlack AMOLED WVGA display with 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass and Anti-glare polariser
- Precision-crafted Unibody Polycarbonate frame
- G-Sensor Digital, Compass, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope
- Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR
- Wifi B/G/N
- 3.5mm audio Jack
- Micro-USB port
- Size: 116.45 x 61.2 x 7.6-12.1 mm
- Weight (with battery): 135 g
- Volume: 76 cc
- Dolby Mobile support (similar HTC’s WP7 devices)
- Nokia Maps Navigation application
- Nokia PIM / Contacts importing capability
- Nokia Marketplace section

I will obviously update and correct the specs once we have more info about the device. For the software part of thing just head over to my Windows Phone 7 review and up-to-date list of all the new Mango features.

  • http://windowsphonedaily.blogspot.com/ Saad Hashmi

    So this is a mix of Nokia’s N9 specs and the Mango Chassis 1 requirements? Interesting speculation.

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    Yup, this is most probably what it is going to end up being like based on what we saw today.

  • Anonymous

    No front camera? I understand that the N9 has one on the bottom right… 

  • BucksterMcgee

    If you watch the entire Nokia video you can see a camera (or at least camera hole) on the same place on this Sea Ray device. Whether this is just part of a prototype hardware or not is still yet to be seen when any actual official information comes to light, but for now it’s mostly all speculation.

  • Guest

    Nothing groundbreaking in this one either.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t think anything “groundbreaking” was needed. However Nokia did just address some major issues:

    1. There’s a possibility of a decent amount of RAM (ideal for multitasking with Mango- I’ve heard this increases the number of simultaneous apps that the OS will “dehydrate”)

    2. Storage- 16/32 or 64 GB – Yes please, I’ll gladly pay another £100 for a device with RAM and ROM like that.

    Everything else is evolutionary but the bonuses that it’s packaged into an engaging design with decent optics etc fills me with anticipation. I’ll purchase it on the day of release if other OEMs continue to be so half-arsed.

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    Well the N9 doesn’t have a front-facing camera so I’m assuming that the Sea Ray doesn’t have one either. And the hole that people are seeing can be anything (proximty sensor, ambient light sensor.. etc).

  • http://twitter.com/aliquisnj Juho Ruohola

    Hey. I was reading your old posts and ran into this. I’m not sure if this info has been corrected later on, but the N9 does have a front camera, it’s mentioned in the data sheet: http://press.nokia.com/wp-content/uploads/mediaplugin/doc/1-nokia-n9-data-sheet.pdf

    Cheers, – Juho