Symbian^3 is the latest iteration of Symbian, the popular mobile operating system from Nokia. Symbian63 currently runs on two devices, that are Nokia N8 and the Nokia E7.
I’ve managed to compile a list of all the good and free Symbian^3 applications available for both the devices. All of these apps are available for download as full version from the Ovi Store and do not include official apps/games. Tested on the Nokia N8 (click here for our Nokia N8 review).
Nokia has recently launched the Nokia N8, their latest multimedia powerhouse and the 2010 flagship product of Nokia.
I was lucky enough to try out the phone before its launch in my country – Pakistan – and also got a hands-on experience on how Nokia has evolved its concepts with this phone release and brings a new Nokia experience for all the smartphone users.
We all know how late Apple introduced features like copy/paste, multitasking, 5MP camera to the iPhone when these features were available since years on a Nokia phone.
iPhone and Nokia N95 is an interesting comparison to make, only of the ‘new’ features of iPhone 4.
Nokia X6, the phone that was announced back at the Nokia World 2009, is the first Nokia touchscreen phone with a capacitive screen. Nokia had previously released several touchscreen models, but they all had resistive screens.
I have had the phone since a few days and now decided to do a review on what this Nokia multimedia powerhouse is actually like. It is powered by Symbian 5th edition and comes in two flavours, 16GB and 32GB models. I have Nokia X6-00 (16GB black) model.
Nokia, in order to re-engage and regain support of their Symbian-liking fans and customers has decided to create a smartphone, preferably a top-of-the-line N-series handset which would be running on Symbian^4 operating system. The decision to take this move has been taken keeping in view the ever decreasing customer base of Nokiaâ€™s Symbian OS operated devices.
Nokia N900, one of Nokiaâ€™s flagship smartphone in the market today has a unique status now among smartphones. The smartphone, being a non-Android operating system device is among the first smartphones (along with HTCâ€™s Nexus One) which gets Android 2.2 Froyo. Obviously, this feat was achieved through hacks, but this is the most successful hack done as the device seems to work seamlessly with Android 2.2 running on it. Support for Wi-Fi and hardware keyboard is available to users while using Android 2.2 Froyo on the Nokia N900 and other basic necessities are also fulfilled comprehensively.
Nokia has stayed as the front runner in the smartphone market with its N-xx series of smartphones. The N-9x series has been the companiesâ€™ flagship line of high-end smartphones which feature high-tech specs, shiny devices and lots of digits on the price tag. Word is out about Nokiaâ€™s newest QWERTY keyboard enabled smartphone.
Nokia E71’s success is no secret and we all know what a successful phone that was from Nokia. Even the E71-upgraded version, the Nokia E72, is still beats all the other new Nokia phones available right now.
Nokia E73 Mode is coming to T-Mobile, which is a “warmed-over E71” according to Engadget’s review. It is a reworked version of E72 with T-Mobile branding and adds support for 3G on T-Mobile’s AWS bands.
Nokia built a house drawing showing their this year’s phone releases, and all is good, except for the few leaks and new models that haven’t been released yet!
Ofcourse, I’m talking about the Nokia C7, Nokia X7, Nokia E7 and Nokia N9 that you can see in the image above. We’ve seen the others, but what about these? Are they going to be released this year? Or slated for 2011?