Nokia will no longer manufacture devices running Symbian, the mobile operating system that once dominated its smartphone portfolio.
Nokia added three touchscreen handsets to its Asha product line in a move to regain its position in emerging markets.The new handsets will start to become available this month, and will support a newly developed and redesigned touchscreen interface, according to Nokia.
Nokia is attempting its rebuild its market share in developing markets with the announcement of two new dual-SIM handsets. The low-cost devices will ship with a licence to download 40 games by
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has looked to reassure the Symbian community by committing the company to provide ongoing development and support of its former flagship operating system until 2016. Without
Nokia released its Series 40 6th Edition software development kit, timed to coincide with the announcement of the new Nokia 6260 slide, the latest device based on the Series 40 platform. The SDK