Saturday, November 14, 2009

Symbian is not part of the future

Samsung plans that include the recently disclosed Windows Mobile, Android and Bada their new platform but no trace when it comes to their Symbian platform. This information was announced by Samsung vice president, Don Joo Lee, says the company will give up their Symbian and to focus on the above platform, all with the aim of continuing their attempts to replace the company Nokia is leading the world leader in the field of mobile telephony. This campaign lasted for several years, and Samsung states that by the end of this year the market will have a total of 200 million phones.

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