It seems that at least six Japanese companies, which include NTT DoCoMo, Renesas Electronics, Fujitsu, NEC, Panasonic Mobile and Sharp, have teamed up to come up with a new mobile application platform which will target Symbian and Linux mobile operating systems. The reason behind the collaboration isn’t entirely clear at the moment, but if you think about it, these companies can save a lot of time and effort if they didn’t have to rely on their individual resources to develop new things. Said group has promised improved processing speeds for high-quality video and enhanced 3D graphics processing for advanced mobile multimedia functions. The platform that is developed will be offered to mobile phone manufacturers around the world, and is scheduled to be ready by late 2011 or early 2012.
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