Nokia has says that it will beat the Apple iPhone thanks to Nokia designer Marko Ahtisaari
Marko Ahtisaari spoke on Finnish site Kauppalehti he says that he believes that the interfaces on the current crop of phones don’t do anything for him design wise. So the Apple iOS and Android is not good for this designer as well calling Android and Nokia old trusted friend Symbian as “dollhouses” where users can rearrange the ‘furniture’ of their OS to suit.
So Marko Ahtisaari is a designer that wants to break new ground and according to him Nokia are working on a “revolutionise way on how we interact with our phones”, Ahtisaari hinted that “future of mobile phones will be heads up, instead of heads down looking at your phone’s screen” so a Head up display possible but rumours that Microsoft and Google are creating something like this in there labs
Now Nokia are still looking to change things in the mobile phone market lets hope they make phones we want to buy aka “Tell Microsoft to make the programming language a little easier ”
Source: Tech Radar
Nokia has updated Windows Phone most “unique” feature Nokia Drive
Nokia Drive has gone 2.0 and with that means new features support for offline navigation, adds audio speed limit alerts, an ETA display, and new tracking of previous destinations. These are all “essential features” in todays mobile sat nav but questions will be asked is how it competes against “bigger rivals”
Nokia has made sure that using Nokia Drive, you’re not likely to know about any gaps in mobile coverage until it’s too late to change the route if you are driving in an unfamiliar area like a country road but Nokia Drive will now be able to used cached map data to support fully-offline route planning and navigation.
Nokia Drive is now ready for the big update great news as also support expanded support for Asian countries and share routes and places over social networks
Source: Pocket Now
Nokia will commit to there promise that will sharing the handset’s cellular data connection with other devices via a wireless hotspot
Nokia have mentioning that tethering phones will making it to all of the Lumia-series Windows Phone handsets a more easier to find a wireless hotspot phones like 610 and 900 will get it and other handsets like 710 and 800 will get a software update Nokia wont tell the owners when the update will happen but Nokia have been doing well on updating all Windows phones handsets made by them to make sure the phones run smoothly
Nokia will be launching new phones in summer so Lumia owners should expect some new things coming to there phones.
Source: pocket Now
Nokia Carl Zeiss division is every photography dream with this on a camera or phone but how to create the perfect lens
Well at Nokia’sConversations blog for an inside look at the obsessive scientists behind the Carl Zeiss Camera Lens Division these guys are the people that make the lenes for the Nokia phones including the all new Lumia line as the source says “So, what’s the magic that makes these phones waft a “certain [professional] smell?”
Well check out Nokia Conversations blog and you will find out how they create the perfect lens for your camera