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Nokia to support Symbian at least to 2014

| April 14, 2011 | 42 Replies

The Australian reports that Nokia Australia’s Managing Director, Chris Carr has said that Nokia will continue to release Symbian phones in 2011, 2012 and those will continue to receive support for two years after (2014).

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Chris Carr also says that Nokia is NOT tying themselves exclusively with Microsoft and says Symbian is far from dead (maybe on life support/terminal).

Just to repeat, Nokia will continue with Symbian as long as it remains profitable – Nokia commited to the long tail of Symbian. It’s just that now, focus has shifted towards Windows Phone.

The Australian Via Symbian-Freak

Cheers fahoum!

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Category: Nokia, Symbian

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