Nokia Operating System
18th February, 2013
TV Catchup lets you watch digital TV on your Nokia Lumia smartphone
5th October, 2011
Nokia are rumoured to working on Nokia Meltemi, an operating system
30th March, 2011
3 times quicker than the basic Android mobile browser.
3rd September, 2010
The application features the latest news, photos and video clips from
13th July, 2010
New firmware version brings a number of improvements to the Nokia X6.
26th May, 2010
Brings a number of improvements to the power-packed mobile.
26th April, 2010
New firmwareos available which brings a number of improvements.
12th March, 2010
David Rivas at Nokia’s Technology Management Group spoke on the
23rd July, 2012
Twitter is now available on Nokia Series 40 smartphones !
13th June, 2011
A R Drone helicopter on Android will be ready in July.
1st February, 2011
Android pushes ahead of Nokia for smartphone sales.
3rd August, 2010
The Nokia C7 has a 3.3 inch touch-screen with multi-touch support.
29th June, 2010
Brings free turn-by-turn navigation , as well as upgrading your ovi
27th April, 2010
The Nokia N8 comes with an amazing 12 mega-pixel camera
23rd March, 2010
Looking at the translated page link below the Nokia N8 has a
The software running those Nokia phones of yore is actually based on a simpler version of the Symbian operating system, Symbian S40. The basic grid interface will be familiar to anyone who’s used a Nokia phone – 3G or not – anytime since the 90s, and in fact, other manufacturers such as Sony Ericsson (now simply known as Sony) and Samsung use the same Symbian base for their phones.
Nokia isn’t tied to a single operating system though – the Finnish manufacturer announced last year its alliance with Microsoft to make Windows Phone smartphones, while word is that it is looking at the Linux-based Meltemi for its feature phones.