The partnership between Microsoft and Nokia is starting to bring even more improvements to Bing services, especially on the Windows Phone. This time, we are talking about a better Maps application on the Windows Phone. With the help of Nokia, there is more traffic coverage in the Windows Phone Maps application.
Secondary to these map improvements on the Windows Phone, users in 26 more countries (mostly in Europe) will also receive the option to show traffic on their Windows Phones. This feature, for those additional 26 countries, should become available within the next few weeks.
Nokia Maps is expected to eventually completely replace Bing Maps when Windows Phone 8 Apollo releases later this year.