Symbian is not fully dead. Yes there won´t be any new Symbian phones on the market ever again, but the support is promissed to be delivered till the end of 2015.
nokia was the king of their time,nokia plz do switch to android and grab your market as it was once...plzzz
Goodbye my dear friend and the real hero of multitasking. Symbian carried me from 2007-2012, thanks to 7610 and 5800 XM...
Symbian u rocked n ruled the world. U r the who gave birth to smart phone. i uses from 6600 to E7. and still having E7.
Welcome to the new Nokia Lumia World.....
I'm a big fan of Nokia. I really do think that Nokia Phones were the best in the market. My first experience with a phone was Nokia 6630 which was symbian s40 based. Then with N79 and 5230. They all were very good
phones with great build quality and superior functioning at there time. I'm really sad that Nokia could not move with it's own Os (Symbian) with the growing market. I'm not really sure whether Microsoft is the final resort for Nokia. I'm an Android fan at the moment and I wish Nokia would turn to Android and I would be one of the first customers to switch to a Nokia based on Android.
Khalid Abdu, 24 Jan 2013Don't say RiP ,,, say RiH instead ...
RiH = Rest in Hell Symbiany would u have to say that... dun forget , if this os wasn't thr in that era, u had still been stuck to motorolla blue light small phones ! and ofcourse green lights too :P\
Great mistake...absolutely wrong decision...bad marketing policy. Goodby SYMBIAN, really I indebited to you. I think Nokia will suffer for such type of wrong decision. Still I love Nokia.
nokia-ENRON FAIL!!!! hahaha... this elop guy sucks...i dont know why the investors keep trust in him.
My first phone was 1100 and the run continued with 2100, 3220, 6610, 6630, 6600, N81,E71, E5, N8, 701, 808.... I have always enjoyed. Nokia mobiles were an unavoidable and important companion. So sad to see it die. However, I still believe that Symbian platform may get a new outfit. Thanks Symbian for being a true friend!! Miss you so much!
Nokia's E series was often ahead of the game despite receiving less attention than the N series, not least since it used Symbian to the full. It also raised the expectations of build quality in a mobile device and delivered great all round packages. I still use my E51 as well as newer devices.
Symbian is not "Dead" .. there are over 1/2 billion devices out there.
Its in zombie mode.. it will be dead in a few years.
Waiting for you on ANDROID, Gonna be very very GOOOOOOOOD!!!! Think about...