Keep on innovating, Nokia. By far the biggest reason why Nokia has been such an overwhelming success on the Windows Phone platform is its custom apps, features and services.
The company has been delivering them for years now, and fans of Windows Phone love it.
And a couple of weeks back, Nokia announced two of its new handsets, the Lumia 630 and the Lumia 930. These became the first devices in this refreshed new lineup to arrive with the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system loaded on top.
A series of updated applications and new features also arrived with these handsets, including a neat new one that Nokia is calling Living Images.
In a post on its Conversations blog, the company says that this new feature provides users with new experiences when it comes to viewing their phones on smartphones. That, along with the obvious ability to capture their moments in new and interesting ways:
“Living images deepens the way you capture and relive your pictures, with added motion to every one of your shots, bringing your memories to life. While each Living Image is short, less than a second, it’s more than enough to make your photos come alive.”
This short little video best showcases the Living Images feature:
Living Images is already included in the new Nokia Lumia 930 smartphone, where it can be accessed using the Nokia Camera app, and is integrated in all photos that are taken with this handset.
It will also be available on select devices in the coming months.