During the press conference at Mobile World Congress yesterday, Stephen Elop went on stage with the now Head of Smart Devices, Jo Harlow, and discussed a little bit about the future of Symbian. Hit the jump to find out more.
Jo stated that newer Symbian devices will be released, and will be faster and more powerful than current Symbian devices. New hardware, from 1 GHZ plus processors to faster graphics, will be introduced to the Symbian line up, along with extensive UI improvements to give Symbian a fresh look and feel.
This message was echoed by CEO Stephen Elop, as he reiterated that support for Symbian will be paramount in order to keep current customers happy through the transition process from Symbian to Windows Phone.
Excited? Let us know whether you eager to see more Symbian devices and updates, even though eventually the OS will be replaced.Tags | #NokiaMWC, 2011, Barcelona, Images, Microsoft, Mobile World Congress, MWC, Nokia, Nokia Windows Phone, NokMsft, NWP, Partnership, Software Update, Symbian, Symbian^3, UI, User Interface, Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7, WP7