25 February 2010

Mainstay Nokia Symbian 3.0

As one of the largest mobile phone vendor, Nokia is not interested in using Google's Android platform made in the development of mobile products. Nokia did not feel threatened by the rising popularity of Android for the overall market share is still small practically.

Nokia is still going to use Symbian as a platform for its products. Currently Symbian 3.0 will be released with multitasking capabilities, improved graphics, faster access to the widget-based content, including magnification with a pinch to zoom.

On the other hand, Nokia is more interested in using Linux. Recently, in the event Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia and Intel have agreed to integrate the development of Linux-based platform that previously developed individual, namely Intel and Nokia Maemo Moblin, became MeeGo.

MeeGo forward will be a platform for computing products Nokia, including tablets and netbooks. While Symbian will be focused on the development of smartphones.

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