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Elop in China, Symbian support until at least 2016!

| May 26, 2011 | 42 Replies

Earlier today, Nokia Conversations released a video of Stephen Elop, the President and CEO of Nokia, during his visit to china. He talks to Nokia Conversation China about several things including making Beijing a “global innovation hub” (currently global R&D hub for S30 and S40) and more importantly that Nokia will continue to support Symbian till “at least” 2016. This sounds to me like Nokia have not completely given up on Symbian, which was my hope, and although a lot of you might disagree, I think there is still a lot of potential in the platform, especially with the coming Anna (PR2.0) and Belle (PR3.0) updates.

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To get the most out of it, I recommend you check out the video, so enjoy:

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