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Though we've seen the cancelled Lumia McLaren device before, this is the first time that we get to see it on video. Also seen is the device's gimmicky 3D touch navigation system.
McLaren was a flagship Lumia that featured '3D Touch', but the device never made it to market. However, development on the technology behind it continued and Microsoft has got a new patent for it.
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More images have surfaced of what was originally thought to be an upcoming Lumia 1030. Unfortunately it looks like this is the canceled Lumia McLaren flagship expected last fall
Microsoft is making big changes on the Nokia front having acquired its devices business, and is canceling some of its upcoming phones including the 3D Touch phone known as McLaren.
Microsoft is working on more than one device that will support 3D Touch but what is more surprising, besides their specs, is that they may include the option to dual boot.
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