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Nokia responds to questions over Symbian name swap

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Yesterday, we announced that Nokia Belle was making it to handsets across the globe on some of the already existing smartphone models, such as the Nokia N8 and Nokia C7 and Nokia C6-01. Heaps of you had questions about the new software and we thought we’d try to bring you some answers, based on your comments. Vesa Jutila, Head of Symbian Product Marketing at Nokia, has responded.

Most of your questions were aimed at why the name change from Symbian Belle, to Nokia Belle.

We are still using Symbian Belle with some audiences like developers but now we also have the flexibility of using Nokia Belle when referring to our greatest and latest Symbian software update. We are really looking forward to making Belle available to people as it will truly bring a new experience to everybody.

 

1 comment for 'Nokia responds to questions over Symbian name swap'

I do still miss Nokia. It is still the best phone for making phone calls, and sending text messages. But it is not a computer, nor an e-reader. I have switched to iPhone now. But really hope Nokia will stage a come back. There is an App on iPhone called PhoneBook Plus, which mimics Nokia's interface. I am wondering if they can resurrect from Nokia's best easy to use features.