Consumers hoping for next-gen graphic on their mobile
1 April 2010 — 4:00 PM
Consumers have revealed what they would most like to see added to their mobile phones in the future.
A poll by Nokia Conversations suggested phone users are excited by the prospect of what Symbian has to offer next.
More than 400 people took part in the survey and 28 per cent - a clear majority - stated they were most looking forward to next-generation graphics.
New graphics being introduced on handsets could see features including fades and transitions when looking at photos and improved graphics which could allow for the introduction of high performance games.
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Those surveyed also said they would like to see multi-touch gesture support introduced to allow them to drag, flick and pinch-to-zoom on their display.
Mobile operator Nokia recently announced it has acquired the services of Novarra - a mobile browser and services platform - with the intention of getting more customers connected to the internet through their handsets.
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