It looks like we have some details on the first Windows Phone 8.1 devices from Nokia, the handset apparently have the code names Nokia Moneypenny and Nokia Goldfinger.
The news comes from @evleaks, who posted the news that two new Nokia Windows Phone devices will be the first Windows Phone Blue devices.
Nokia Goldfinger and Moneypenny are shaping up to be the first Windows Phone Blue devices.
According to The Verge, the Nokia Goldfinger device will ship with a new technology that Nokia has apparently been working on for a few years.
The new Nokia technology is called ‘3D Touch’ within Nokia, and according to the report, 3D Touch uses a range of hardware sensor to detect interaction with the handset that are not on the display of the device.
The Verge reports that you will be able to interact with the Nokia Goldfinger handset by making hand gestures on the side of the handset and also above the handsets display.
Microsoft is expected to release their Windows Phone 8.1 software update early next year, it may launch at Mobile World Congress 2014 in February and we could possibly see these new Nokia Windows Phone 8.1 device at the same time.
Source The Verge
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