Nokia's first Windows Phone device, the Lumia 800, was built on the same body as the Nokia N9, but with a series of minor modifications to make room for Microsoft's mobile OS.
When put side by side, the two show striking resemblance, as expected, but also unveil the design changes that Nokia
has packed the WP device with to differentiate it from the already available phone.
A new series of images featuring the duo was published online by the guys over at Nokia Connects
, and you can have a look at some of them below.
For example, N9 runs MeeGo and sports a buttonless interface, while Lumia 800 features the usual three buttons that Microsoft's Windows Phone platform
requires, as well as a dedicated camera button that N9 users might miss from time to time, but other differences are also there.