Symbian welcomes four new Symbian devices from Nokia
Nokia N96, Nokia N78, Nokia 6210 Navigator and Nokia 6220 classic
Mobile World Congress 2008, Barcelona, Spain – February 2008 – Symbian Ltd. today welcomes the launch of four new Nokia devices based on S60 and Symbian OS™. The Nokia N96, builds on the award-winning Nokia N95 and is optimized for video & TV; the Nokia N78 combines music, navigation and photography with the benefits of mobility; the Nokia 6210 Navigator, is Nokia’s first GPS-enabled device with an integrated compass for pedestrian guidance; and the Nokia 6220 classic, offers a 5MP camera with A-GPS functionality. Running on Symbian OS and S60, the world’s leading open mobile operating system and smartphone software, ensures the highest level of power efficiency and platform security. For more information visit:
Nokia N96 Nokia N78 Nokia 6210 Navigator Nokia 6220 Classic
Earlier this week, two other devices based on S60 and Symbian OS were announced from LG Electronics and Samsung, the LG KT-610 and Samsung G810, bringing the total to 6 in less than 3 days.
LG KT-610 Samsung G810
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