Nokia can’t handle the anxiety of waiting – with just one day before the Nokia press event, it seems that the Finnish mobile company sends out a video brief teaser to capture the public’s eye on what is hidden inside Nokia’s sleeve. Well, in my own point of view, that seems to pay off because this time the company is pointing towards more map-based contextual functionality. It seems that whatever the company is hiding at the moment, alongside with its new Lumia hardware that is genuinely strong on new features, this should boil down to a map-based social network with the City Lens features. Not a shocker though given the fact that the latter has just step into its own beta status.
Well, talking about City Lens going out on beta, Nokia originally launched its augmented reality app way back May. Perhaps a recap may help you understand the app – City Lens uses your device’s camera to display nearby nearby establishments like restaurants, malls, stores, parks, and other notable places (who happen to be nearby) in an augmented style along with displays of important information about each location – important features including visitor’s review, directions, hours of active operation, and etc. When you feel a bit off to use that camera of yours (which means you got tired of those augmented reality shenanigan) you can also get the same information through both a list and a map view of the place you’re finding out.
Note: if you got a Nokia Lumia Windows Phone right now, just go to the source link below and get the app. You see? this helps a lot.
In the meantime, watch how Nokia applaud our eyes with this seemingly cool video. Enjoy!
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