Perennial Nokia leaker Eldar Murtazin claims to have had some hands-on time with a Nokia Windows Phone 7 prototype, and has posted some additional information about the companyâ€™s road map.
He claims that 4 models are currently in development, and due to the need for speed in many cases the phones will bear a close resemblance to the Symbian devices they replace.
The first set of devices will be very similar to the current generation of Windows Phone 7 devices, and the second wave will be so-called chassis 2 devices with new form factors, including low-end processors and QWERTY devices with landscape touch screens.
He notes the first devices will have 8 megapixel cameras and a 12 megapixel N8 variant will also be coming to Windows Phone 7.
He also said that Nokiaâ€™s plans are changing week on week, but consideration is being given to make the most powerful Windows Phone as a selling point, with dual processors and powerful GPUs.
Lastly, they are also looking at creating a business-focussed service, again as a selling point for their handsets.
Read a lot more about Eldarâ€™s insider view at his blog here.