So, you feel that your mobile has gotten a bit stale, huh? Nokia’s Windows Phone as drawn quite a bit of attention, and while we are still waiting on confirmation regarding several aspects of the unit, we’re getting reports about some features that will definitely turn some heads. Microsoft is giving Nokia a bit of leeway when working with the phone applications, and we’re hearing that voice controlled navigation and 3D maps will be included in the platform.
This is obviously a sign that Nokia wants to be the featured host of the new Windows mobile, and the inclusion of 3D building representation should do plenty to bring some oohs and aahs when on display. Is this where they will stop? We’re guessing not, but we’ll know more when Nokia World hits next month.
We’ve seen this sort of thing before, as many mobile hosts want to set their renditions apart from others. Microsoft’s latest mobile will be available under other monikers, but for now, it seems that Nokia is the only one that’s getting free reign. We’ll report more once we see what Nokia World brings, but for now, we can simply speculate that this unit is going to blow people away…figuratively, of course…
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