New images that reportedly show prototypes of Microsoft's canceled Windows Phone, code named "McLaren" have been posted on the Internet. Microsoft never officially announced the phone, but the company decided to quietly cancel its development in July 2014, a few months before a planned release that fall.
The new images, which come from a Chinese Baidu account, show the prototype next to some older Windows Phones for comparison, including Nokia's Lumia 1020.
McLaren's biggest planned feature was its "3D Touch" technology, which would have allowed the owner to navigate through the Windows Phone OS without having to touch its display.
Source: Baidu; Via: Blogjackphone.
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