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Thursday, 17 November 2011

Donna and Carla Symbian| New Versions Of The Nokia System

The arrival of the new Windows Phone Nokia has not completely eclipsed Symbian, the operating system Nokia header, which is updated at a faster than light, especially if we consider that their days are numbered. The Finnish company has announced that in 2016 no longer offer support for Symbian. The final installment was officially announced Symbian Belle, who appeared last August. Upgrading to this version still has not reached the terminals with Symbian Anna, but will be available in early 2012. Through the half Dutch All About Phones has leaked an image that corresponds to the developer conference that took place in Mexico. In this event have announced the next two versions of this popular mobile platform. Their names are Carla and Symbian Donna.

Symbian Carla bring new enhancements such as the Nokia browser (which reach version 8.0), widgets (floating windows) more innovative support for the Dolby Surround sound system and NFC chips. The NFC (Near Field Communication) is a short-range wireless technology that is already being implemented in several countries. Bringing the phone to a receiver will be accessible to public transportation, guided tours in museums or even make payments as if it were a credit card. For its part, Symbian Donna main attraction is the compatibility with terminals, including dual-core processors. He speculates that the first terminal to include this version is the rumored successor to the Nokia N8, which may include an optical zoom camera can record videos in Full HD


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