Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Nokia stops production of Symbian devices from this summer

According to the Financial Times, Nokia deliver the latest Symbian devices in July. The Finnish firm has turned to Windows Phone and its family of entry-level mobile like Asha. Soon Nokia stop making instruments based on Symbian OS devices. This is the information got through the Financial Times and saying that the latest models will be shiped this summer. In fact, Nokia has not released new models from the 808 PureView and its 41 megapixel camera sensor marketed mid-2012. The priority is to the Windows Phone with which Nokia controls more than 80% market share thanks to the Lumia 920 and 710. The manufacturer has passed 5.6 million devices in its first quarter 2013 alone. Besides Windows Phone, Nokia remains on the feature phones segment with Asha range, the last model Asha 501 is expected this summer in the market for 109 Euros without subscription. This phone is the first to use as the new operating system software platform Asha becomes an operating system as such to replace Symbian.

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