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Microsoft Has an Ace Up its Sleeve, Will Introduce 3D-Touch Devices

Can Microsoft expand its user base for the Windows phone? Sure, it can! According to Neowin, two Microsoft handsets...

Microsoft Has an Ace Up its Sleeve, Will Introduce 3D-Touch Devices

Can Microsoft expand its user base for the Windows phone? Sure, it can! According to Neowin, two Microsoft handsets might be on their way, boasting 3D Touch. Why is this huge news? Because this feature will be based on Microsoft's Kinect technology, which means that the smartphone will respond to the user's gestures and the phone's placement.

 

By simply holding your phone up against your ear, you will immediately answer it, and when on a call, you will turn on the speaker by placing the phone down on the table. And the best part of the Kinect-based phone is that if you want to end a call, you simply put the phone in your pocket.

 

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Neowin says the 3D Touch-supported smartphone is nicknamed McLaren, and rumour has it that McLaren packs a quad-HD 1080p display, a 20 megapixel camera, and 64 gigabytes of storage. All Windows phone-lovers can expect the 5.2-inch device this fall in October, when the smartphone is set to be released.

 

Apart from the 5.2-incher, Microsoft wants to release another 3D Touch device – an awesome 6-inch phablet in a class with Lumia 1520, most likely to be released towards the end of the year.

 

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The Kinect technology should be a great asset to Microsoft's upcoming devices. The 3D Touch could really make a difference in the high-end Windows Phone market. We can only wait and see, but my bet on the 3D Touch is big.

 

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