The Internet can be said to not only be a pipeline of information, but it is also an avenue where leaks happen. As to whether one can ascertain the leaks being done on purpose or not, that is another story altogether. The latest news that we have concerning the Symbian Belle Feature Pack 2 would be a leaked video that shows off a pre-release version, which is currently available on Nokia’s RDA (Remote Device Access). Bear in mind that the Nokia RDA is the platform where only Nokia registered developers are able to access, enabling Symbian Belle FP2 to run on an emulator.

It is widely expected for the Symbian Belle Feature Pack 2 to be the last Symbian hurrah for the Finnish smartphone manufacturing company, so the general masses’ anticipation would be a slew of features that hopefully, would make Symbian Belle the stuff of legends many years down the road. The user interface will see majority of the changes deal with a new user interface, including the now normal ‘swipe to unlock’ gesture, an improved camera user interface, a navigation bar, widgets and better transition effects. The video that you watch above does seem to point towards a more predictive keyboard in addition to word completion, letting you send those text messages and emails out in a flurry. No exact date for the Symbian Belle Feature Pack 2’s release has been set though.

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