With a pair of new smartphones, Nokia is showing no immediate signs of letting up on its Symbian operating system
To appeal to business customers, the Nokia E6 comes with access to Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Communicator Mobile, and Microsoft SharePoint.
The Nokia X7 , meanwhile, ditches a physical keyboard in favor of a large 4-inch AMOLED touch screen and virtual keyboard. It boasts an 8-megapixel camera and fully integrated social networking functions, allowing users to check in on their Facebook and Twitter accounts out of the box. It also comes with the Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD video games.The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment on when the E6 and X7 will launch and how much they will cost.
Nokia is committed to bringing Symbian Anna to as many of its latest releases as possible. The company said today that in addition to the E6 and X7 smartphones, it plans to make the operating system “standard” on the Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia C7, and Nokia C6-01 in the coming months. Other models will receive the update via download in the near future, as well.
Anna delivers several enhancements, including better security and hardware-accelerated encryption. Its improved e-mail support has “full meeting request support,” Nokia says. In addition, it delivers faster Web browsing and an improved Ovi Maps application, according to Nokia.
“With these new products and more Symbian devices and user enhancements coming in the near future, we are confident we can keep existing Nokia smartphone customers engaged, as well as attract new first-time and competitor smartphone users,” Jo Harlow, head of Nokia’s Smart Devices business, said in a statement today.
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