Nokia Lumia Black Update Will Arrive Next Year
Nokia has unveiled the Lumia 1320 and Lumia 1520, which include the GDR3 update. It allows Windows Phone 8 smartphones to support quad-core processor and full HD screen resolution, two hardware characteristics commonly available on top-model Android devices. Another software package will arrive early next year for Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 devices, the Lumia Black.
The new software platform may integrate apps, features and innovations currently available on the Lumia 1320 and Lumia 1520 with Microsoft’s GDR3 update. One of these enhancements is the Storyteller app that allows users create an interesting storyline out of their geotagged pictures and videos.
With the HERE maps, the phone can automatically add new geotagging information if users enables the ability to create a chronological story during a journey. Another feature is Nokia Refocus will deliver additional capabilities to devices sporting PureView camera. Users can choose specific areas on images taken by the PureView camera and it will be refocused.
The selection will be shown as motion .GIF or .JPG. The Driving mode is more than just giving users navigational guidance, it also takes care of our safety. It simply forces users to be much safer when driving. Incoming calls and text messages are held temporariy, allowing users to fully focus on driving the car. The Lumia Black update also allows Windows Phone 8 smartphones in 2014 to establish WiFi hotspot connection.