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Nokia’s first Windows Phone 8.1 handset includes ‘3D Touch’ features

14
Nov
2013

Nokia’s upcoming 6-inch Lumia 1520 flagship handset hasn’t been released yet, but we’re already starting to hear early details on the company’s Windows Phone 8.1 plans. Twitter account @evleaks revealed today that Nokia is planning two handsets for Windows Phone 8.1: Goldfinger and Moneypenny. They’re just codenames for now, but The Verge understands Goldfinger is the flagship model out of the two. Sources familiar with Nokia’s plans have revealed that Goldfinger will ship with some technology that Nokia has been developing for years now. Former head of Nokia design, Marko Ahtisaari, hinted at the experimental gestures in an interview with The Verge two years ago, calling them a key area where well continue to innovate. Nokia started experimenting publicly with similar features in an update to its Glance screen software, which let Lumia owners wave at their handsets to see the time.

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