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Nokia 808 Pureview was last Symbian phone

Nokia 808 Pureview was last Symbian phone

By 24 January 2013

Nokia has confirmed, via its Q4 earnings report, that the Nokia 808 PureView launched last year was the last Symbian phone to be released by the company.  "During our transition to Windows Phone through 2012, we continued to ship devices based on Symbian.... >>

Android now has 75 per cent of the smartphone market, according to Q3 results

Android now has 75 per cent of the smartphone market, according to Q3 results

By 2 November 2012

Three out of every four smartphones shipped between July and September was an Android device, according to a new report. IDC claims Google’s operating system now accounts for exactly 75 per cent of the smartphone market, with Apple’s iOS and the BlackBerry... >>

Symbian still going strong in $4,500 Gresso Regal Titanium

Symbian still going strong in $4,500 Gresso Regal Titanium

By 30 October 2012

Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso, which also branched out recently into top-end iPhone 5 cases, has launched a titanium version of its angular Symbian S40-sporting Regal device. Not really designed for those addicted to Angry Birds, the Gresso... >>

Nimbuzz, Symbian's number one app comes to Windows Phone

Nimbuzz, Symbian's number one app comes to Windows Phone

By 31 August 2012

Nimbuzz is coming to Windows Phone devices after the instant messaging app developer spoke directly with Nokia. The application - which enables its 105 million users to communicate with each other free via text message, group messaging, picture sharing... >>

Windows Phone sales rise 277 per cent in a year, but still owns less than 4 per cent of smartphone market

Windows Phone sales rise 277 per cent in a year, but still owns less than 4 per cent of smartphone market

By 7 August 2012

The popularity of Windows Phone continues to grow, and that’s even before the arrival of Windows Phone 8 later this year. However, such was the gap in the market share that Microsoft’s smartphone operating system still accounts for only 3.2 per cent... >>

Over 50 per cent of smartphone sales in Europe, US and Australia are Android

Over 50 per cent of smartphone sales in Europe, US and Australia are Android

By 12 July 2012

Market analysis company Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has released its annual smartphone sales figures which show that Android now makes up more than 50 per cent of the market in many of the largest countries in Europe, Australia and the US. In the UK, Android... >>

Nokia 808 PureView camera test at Royal Ascot

Nokia 808 PureView camera test at Royal Ascot

By 25 June 2012

The Nokia 808 PureView is an intriguing phone. On the one hand it features the Symbian operating system that has been formally discontinued, while on the other it is a phone that features an eye-popping 41-megapixel camera. But it's no normal sensor -... >>

Retailer prices Nokia 808 PureView, Nokia says not so fast

Retailer prices Nokia 808 PureView, Nokia says not so fast

By 12 April 2012

An online retailer says it will begin selling Nokia’s colossal 41-megapixel sensor-toting 808 PureView camera phone for a whopping £539 this May, but Nokia says otherwise.  Nokia has confirmed to Pocket-lint that although it is aware of the claim,... >>

Snapped: What pictures from the Nokia 808 PureView 41-megapixel camera phone look like

Snapped: What pictures from the Nokia 808 PureView 41-megapixel camera phone look like

By 28 February 2012

Nokia has released 11 sample photos snapped with the new 41 megapixel Nokia 808 PureView camera phone so we can see what all the fuss is about. The new Symbian-powered phone announced at Mobile World Congress is capable of capturing images at three different... >>

Nokia 803 to be last throw of the Symbian dice?

Nokia 803 to be last throw of the Symbian dice?

By 9 February 2012

All the clues are pointing towards Nokia giving the Symbian OS one last high-profile outing; with the N8's successor likely to be the much leaked Nokia 803. We first got wind of the supposed Nokia Belle handset back in December when a user manual turned... >>


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