Those who are still dabbling around with the Symbian platform, here is a little bit of news for your consumption this morning. The Product Marketing Manager for Nokia South Europe, Mathias Fiorin, has just let loose the word that Symbian Carla has been cancelled. Nokialino, an Italian Nokia fan site, are stepping forward to claim that they have had a word with Mathias Fiorin, and if this were to be true, you can be darn sure that the information should not be standing on shaky ground at all. According to Nokialino, it seems that Symbian Carla has also undergone a name change – known as FP1 now, and future Feature Packs will lack updates, HD display support as well dual-core CPU compatibility. It seems that Belle is the last major Symbian release to see the light of day. Good game, Symbian, I guess it is time to toll the funeral bells. Will you be missed? I doubt it.
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