In-vehicle smartphone support is on the way from Nokia, the Finnish mobile phone giant has announced.
Terminal Mode is set to become the new standard in-car entertainment and information connection that will connect in-car systems with Nokia smartphones.
This is part of a wider campaign from Nokia in an attempt to better integrate smartphones into consumers' digital life, ensuring that synchronisation of PCs, mobile phones and other devices is performed seamlessly.
The ultimate goal of Terminal Mode is to bring the content from the smartphone into the car, making it accessible from built-in interfaces and speaker systems.
Nokia wants to make Terminal Mode a standard feature of all smartphones from multiple manufacturers and is outlining its plans at this year's motor show in Geneva.
The company has said that it will be confirming a number of partnerships during the event, including its link to Alpine Electronics which will bring high quality music support.
Nokia will also be working with Valmet Automotive, which is set to showcase a concept car powered by electricity and sporting the Terminal Mode features at Geneva.
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