A Microsoft Research project has breathed new life into the 3D touch feature which was originally supposed to launch alongside the Nokia McLaren Windows Phone. The new tech was demoed in a video.
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A video from Microsoft Research appears to show the most rumored feature in Windows Phone: 3D Touch. While this only shows the tech at a research level we can easily imagine this in a finished product