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Lumia Camera UI seen in Windows 10 latest Build 9901

 

Lumia camera Win 10One of the key reasons cited behind acquisition of Nokia’s D&S division by Microsoft was “joining forces on future developments” and Microsoft may be already doing that in a bigger way than expected. We saw Lumia exclusive feature, Hey Cortana featuring on the latest Build 9901 of Windows 10 Technical Preview, which is still targeted to mainly enterprise crowd.

Digging a bit revealed some 3D-Touch tech that may have come from cancelled McLaren’s UI and now Lumia Camera app also has found its way to OS-wide glory in Windows 10 Build 9901. You can see the above screenshot showing Windows 10 camera UI and even the Icon is “Lumia Camera” icon seen on Windows Phone.

Since Windows 10 will be one common OS running on devices having 4-inch screens to 80-inch screens with separate SKUs for Mobile / Tablets and Desktops / Laptops, slowly we will see more convergence in terms of features and UI.

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  • Kamal I doubt 3D Touch UI was any Nokia effort as it is not a app like Nokia Camera its a UI thing that sits deep with the OS and drivers and middleware. So 3D touch is a Microsoft affair may be McLaren was the first hardware to come with it as Nokia was a special partner.

    I have some credible justifications to believe so.

    • Kamal

      Nokia was already doing Beta testing at very small scale in form of “peek” feature of Glance screen and like. It was a Nokia thing, but now has been adopted with possibly MS Kinect tech in the UI.

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