More filling in gaps. So now we have drag and drop for those who prefer that kind of transfer. Some people might like cloud transfers/wifi transfers but for others, BT may be better for them.
In the various send options we can see Bluetooth, and scrolling down, tap to send for NFC capable devices.
NFC tap share is something Nokia has been doing for a while since the C7.
Lastly, eagle eyed Viipottaja noticed that the app list contained something called Live wallpaper. Is this ‘live’ in the way that tiles are active and are in motion or ‘live’ in the way that Microsoft names their products?
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