Nokia did confirm that they have closed Symbian to the prying eyes of the world, but that doesn’t mean it is the end of the road for the operating system as there will be a new overhaul of the operating system in the year ahead, where it has been given the codename Symbian Anna. Symbian Anna is actually the culmination of what Symbian users have responded to Nokia concerning the operating system, and hopefully they will put to practice all that is asked and requested so that an up-to-date version with the latest bells and whistles according to user specifications will be able to do its part in helping Nokia stem the fast declining tide of their handset sales. This update is tipped to roll out in the coming months to a variety of handsets including the N8, E7, and the C6, not to mention the recently introduced X7 and the E6. These will be OTA (Over The Air) downloads for current phones, but will already come preloaded on the new ones. Is this the signal for new beginnings for Nokia?
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