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Symbian Belle launched by Nokia

08/24/2011, At long last, the successor to Symbian Anna is finally out – and here are all the details of the new Symbian Belle operating system update. As with any other new operating systems, you will find a slew of improvements and features that intend to...

Symbian now a closed platform, says Nokia

04/08/2011, Nokia, a company that has long been working with Symbian and utilized their operating system in most of Nokia’s handsets, have come forward to confirm that the Finnish cell phone manufacturing company has decided to remove online distributions of...

Samsung won’t support Symbian any more

09/30/2010, Looks like the folks over at Symbian have received yet another blow, as Samsung has just announced that they will not be offering Symbian support any more for their handsets. It seems that an email which was sent to registered Symbian developers advised...

Sony Ericsson will no longer deliver phones running on Symbian OS

09/27/2010, It is the end of the road where the Symbian operating system is concerned for Sony Ericsson handsets, as they will be rolling out Android only in the future. Truth be told, Symbian has been on the decline when it comes to groundbreaking and newer...

Nokia E7 touted for September debut

09/06/2010, Word on the street has it that the Nokia World expo would see the Nokia E7 make its debut there, being yet another touchscreen capable model that is equipped with a QWERTY keyboard. While no further details were revealed, this is most probably a Symbian^3...

Symbian activates 100,000 more phones daily than Google

08/06/2010, Whatever you do in life, bear in mind that there might just be someone else better than you out there. We’re talking about the Symbian Foundation pooh-poohing Google’s recent boast of activating 200,000 phones daily, with a figure that is 50%...

First Symbian^3 phone to hail from Asian manufacturer

05/27/2010, In an interesting twist, we now know that the first Symbian^3 phone to hit the market would come from an Asian manufacturer instead of Nokia, although there was no mention on just who it is. Apparently, Lee Williams, Executive Director of the Symbian...

Nokia X10 Symbian S^3 leaked

02/21/2010, Nokia’s X10 Symbian S^3-powered smartphone seems to have suffered from a leak, where one is able to catch a glimpse of its sliding QWERTY keyboard alongside an ARM Cortex A8 600MHz processor running underneath the hood. 256MB RAM, a choice of 32GB...

Symbian to go open source

02/04/2010, Symbian has finally made the plunge to the world of open source, where folks will be able to download their code without forking out a single cent. This is really interesting, as it would be the rough equivalent (at least for the world of cellphones) of...

Nokia leapfrogs straight to Symbian version 3

02/02/2010, Nokia plans to have a game of leapfrog, skipping Symbian version 2 by going straight to version 3, where the latter boasts multi-touch capability. This will apparently happen sometime in the third quarter of this year, where version 4 will follow suit...

Sneak peak of Nokia and improved Symbian user experience

12/03/2009, Nokia knows that the current edition of Symbian just doesn’t cut the mustard any more, and instead of being fatalistic, they’re going to fight back. Their next offensive move? A 2010 version of the Symbian OS will see new hardware and tweaked...