A lot has been going on at the Mobile World Congress 2011 (MWC 2011). Bringing in some of the best from world of tech, with a number of companies unveiling what they wanted to make official on their upcoming products. It has been a habit for almost all, including the top tech giants on showcasing their products at such events.
At the same event, the company also addressed Nokia‘s withdrawal from the long-term development of MeeGo for mobile phones, with the company showing signs of disappointment from its Finnish partner.
The user interface is based on dynamic panels which is the only version to be shown off so far on a mobile computing device. The tablet user interface was demonstrated by Intel’s UI developer Chief Doug Fisher who hinted the interface on being more user friendly rather app dependent.
Furthermore, Fisher added:
The panels can operate independently. Traditional devices interact with the application; this interacts with the object.