> Nokia Trades Symbian For MeeGo In N-Series Smartphones
Nokia Trades Symbian For MeeGo In N-Series Smartphones
An anonymous reader writes “Nokia announced that moving forward, MeeGo would be the default operating system in the N series of smartphones (original Reuters report). Symbian will still be used in low-end devices from Nokia, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson. The move to MeeGo is a demonstration of support for the open source mobile OS, but considering the handset user experience hasn’t been rolled out and likely won’t be rolled out in time for its vague June deadline outlined at MeeGo.com, could the decision be premature?”
Source: Nokia Trades Symbian For MeeGo In N-Series Smartphones
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