Its very hard to say what Nokia is trying to do with its latest Android devices, which look pretty much a good deal in terms of the pricing. However, the Finnish smartphone maker can't let its foot out of the Windows Phone devices no matter how much good it does with its customized Android devices which were released at the Mobile World Congress just a day ago.
Now the already rumored Windows Phone 8.1 version has yet again made its appearance on webosphere. The version which is reportedly said to come with a brand new voice assistance support called Cortana, recently has been pictured with a new Live Tile looks.
Although there is no guarantee of the image being real, but the transparent Live Tile looks quite awesome. You can have a look at the image to get the proper idea of the new UI. In fact, whatever background image you apply behind the Live Tile will appear behind it. And if the image turns out to be a legitimate one the colorful Live Tile feature might go transparent with just the outline and an icon of the app with the background coming the display through and through.
There are more than a half a dozen of images leaked online by gdgtArena. In fact, the new UI is captured on the Lumia 520 device.
Also rumors have it that the new Windows Phone 8.1 build will come with several new features like notification center which Nokia might call by the name of action center, Cortana (Voice Assistant) and Start Screen Background. Apart from these, Microsoft has also announced saying that there would be a dual-SIM feature on Windows Phone.
However, these information have not received an official tag so far, but since Build 2014 Developers Conference this year is coming soon, we might be able to see what Microsoft has on store for its Windows Phone platform then.