Sunday, 7 March 2010

New Symbian UI Coming from Nokia in 2010 Maemo 6 โ€�Mobile Computerโ€ Also Coming Next Year

For some reason, Nokia decided to announce today its official plans for
next year. Isn t it a little too early for New Year s resolutions? On
the other hand we are looking forward to see some amazing handsets
coming from the Finish manufacturer in 2010. Nokia owes us a smartphone
that would be capable to fight against anything the competition would
throw at it. After all, Nokia is still the number one cell phone maker
in the world.Today, at the annual Capital Markets Day event, Nokia
presented the �key targets and forecasts for the company and its
industry for 2010. �
Naturally, Nokia s CEO, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo talked about Nokia s mobile
OS. Symbian is currently not the most popular mobile OS out there and it
could surely use a makeover next year. In 2010 Nokia will work on user
experience improvements and the Symbian user interface is going to go to
a �new level. � That sounds awfully good in theory but I d like to see
the actual results. Symbian should become one of the top mobile OS out
there, and if that s not possible then Nokia should decide quickly on
moving to greener pastures.
Nokia plans to �deliver a major product milestone before mid-year 2010,
and another major product milestone before the end of 2010. � In other
words we re expecting two important Symbian versions and I personally
can t wait to see some of Nokia s future smartphones. Nokia also intends
to make more touch and/or QWERTY smartphones next year which is only
good news to us. And last, but not least, Nokia wants to provide
developers even better tools for them to create applications and content
for the Ovi ecosystem.
Another important project seems to be centered around Maemo 6. The new
Maemo version should be available in the second half of 2010 when a
Maemo 6-powered �mobile computer � should arrive.
The official press release also contains forecasts regarding its market
share, cost of operations, mobile device volumes, and other numbers
which we re not really interested to see right now. What we do want to
see are better smartphones and a revamped Symbian OS capable to fight
against iPhone OS, Android and BlackBerry OS. What do you say, Nokia fans?
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