An image of the homescreen published by MobileCrunch depicts one big vertically scrollable page filled with numerous user selectable widgets. The widgets are integrated with each other and the OS.
Only the top third of the image has a blue background color. This is the area visible on screen at one time. The background remains still while the widgets float above it as the user slides them across the screen.
Curiously, the ad widgets we disclosed earlier today are absent from this screenshot. Be it that Nokia moves forward with the ad widget concept and carriers embrace it (remember: the idea is that in exchange for ads on the homescreen, customers get a discount of some sort), ad-enabled handsets will have ad units locked in place between widgets.