Posts Tagged ‘Symbian’

Nokia Introduce three new NFC, Symbian phones

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 23:28 No Comments

NOKIA company’s long-running operating system – which used to be so widely acclaimed that not only was it in use on every Nokia smartphone, but the company also licensed the software to other manufacturers like Sony Ericsson – has hit a brick wall. That’s especially true in areas of the world where the iPhone and Android have taken off, like the US. However, there is still a moderate following in other regions like within Nokia’s home base of Europe, and around the developing parts of the world where smartphones are a much rarer commodity. However, the Symbian name will be all but gone after Nokia firms up its partnership with Microsoft and starts putting Windo

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Nokia announced New 500 Smartphone gets 1GHz CPU for Symbian Anna

Thursday, August 4, 2011 14:10 No Comments

Nokia announced a new smartphone, the Nokia 500 running Symbian Anna OS on a 1GHz processor. The new phone features a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen with 640×360 resolution, a 5 Megapixel caemra with video recording, 2GB internal storage, and FM radio receiver. The Nokia 500 supports GPS with pre-loaded Nokia Maps, Bluetooth 2.1 and WIFi 802.11b/g connectivity. It works with 3G networks and supporting up to HSUPA speeds. The phone measures 111.3 x 53.8 x 14.1mm and weighs in at 93g. The new Symbian Anna OS offers a refreshed UI, a better browser and split-screen messaging. Coming in Q3 2011, the Nokia 500 will be available in black and white and will be priced at Euro 150. It comes with t

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Development of First Nokia Windows 7 phone begins, instead of Nokia’s long-running Symbian platform

Sunday, March 20, 2011 11:00 No Comments

The first Nokia phone to run Windows Phone 7 instead of Nokia’s long-running Symbian platform is reportedly already in development. Reuters reports that Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop confirmed the project is underway. It’s a quick turnaround considering the mobile giant just announced its new Microsoft partnership about one month ago. It is a hugely symbolic move for Nokia, which has been making mobile phones for decades, and from day one has only loaded its phones with its own proprietary operating systems. Its Symbian OS was so popular that at one point, it licensed the software other mobile phone manufacturers. And then there was the iPhone and Android, which have tur

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