Symbian Operating System
5th September, 2012
Nokia have begun rolling out an update for Symbian Belle.
15th May, 2012
Feature Pack 1 is now available to download for selected Nokia
5th April, 2012
The Nokia Maps Suite with the latest version of Maps, Transport and
30th March, 2012
Nokia Reader is now available to download for Symbian S40 smartphones.
28th February, 2012
An up-close look at the amazing Nokia Pureview 808 with 41 mega-pixel
8th February, 2012
Symbian Belle is now available to download on supported mobiles.
31st January, 2012
Nokia's Symbian Belle update is due to hit next month!
22nd November, 2011
Symbian Belle is coming soon on the Nokia N8 and Nokia E7
19th October, 2011
The Nokia 700 is an impressive piece of kit.
13th October, 2011
The Nokia 603 is a colorful Symbian smartphone with NFC support.
19th July, 2012
The Nokia 808 PureView has by far the best snapper we’ve
11th April, 2012
Microsoft Office is coming soon on Symbian smartphones.
4th April, 2012
New images of Symbian Carla have leaked online !
2nd March, 2012
The feature pack 1 update brings both hardware and software
10th February, 2012
The Nokia 803 is a Symbian Belle powered smartphone that could launch
3rd February, 2012
Skype is now available on Symbian Belle smartphones.
8th December, 2011
The Nokia N8 will be upgraded to Symbian Belle in the new year !
26th October, 2011
Nokia have unveiled the Asha range , affordable Symbian smartphones.
14th October, 2011
The Nokia 603 has changeable back covers and runs on Symbian Belle.
11th October, 2011
Nokia have released a video documentary aimed at helping people
The Symbian operating system has fallen out of favour for high-end 3G phones though it was and is a pervasive base for low-end and feature phones from a range of manufacturers. Owned by Nokia, the most powerful version is Symbian^3 – but Nokia has since announced its alliance with Microsoft on Windows Phone, and its future smartphones will run exclusively on Windows Phone.
Other one-time Symbian manufacturers including Samsung and the erstwhile Sony Ericsson (now known as Sony) have bowed out too, to focus on more commercially popular OSes. For now, there’s still a trickle of Nokia lower-end 3G phones and non-3G phones launching on a more basic version, Symbian S40. Our reviews section has more on these phones.