I'll be always loving U symbian and NOKIA.thank U symbian and NOKIA.We'll miss U.
RIP Symbian. I'm sure you have made a difference in ppl lives at some point.
I hope I can find one more 808 to buy this legendary(from now on) device!
Rest in peace..loved my n70 and n85 until I purchased galaxy s and nexus 10 now
R.I.P Symbian... I was, am and will always be your huge fan.. What an OS.. What an OS... The grand-dad of every smart OS out there... Wish you cud have stayed on for a longer period...
please pay a great respect to our friend symbian..
for sure once in our life we hold one nokia phone..
nokia-a user friendly phone
i remember my first 3310 which cost 13,000(philippine peso) $300 on its peak year.
you'll always be in my heart NOKIA..
Symbian is the best software, like android,
It is not important matter Symbian or android, it should support all application. This is important things.
RIP Symbian. I'll miss you. Because i'm fans of symbian and i use Nokia E6 now
R.I.P you such great and brave OS
The best Imaging OS ever we saw in any mobile phone
Symbian You are the King :')
Time moves on and so does development. Unfortunately, Symbian had developed to a stage where it was no longer able to keep up with todays behemoths. It will still go down in mobile history as carving the way for these new OS's to expand.
One thing that needs to be taken away frfom this is at the time, it was the most developed OS for a mobile phone, and many thought it couldn't get better. Try comparing it to the likes of what we have today and it seems miniscule in efficiency, but not in contribution.
Todays OS's will also do the same for future OS's as Symbian did for them. Who knows, Firefox may one day overtake iOS as the more developed OS within our telecommunicational world?
RIP Symbian... I guess it's rather fitting that I also happen to be retiring my S60 3rd phone right now... it was a good run.
such a pity to see such a capable platform go to the dogs. i've witnessed nokia's pass from the user oriented OS to WP's dictatorship. The C6 that I traded in for Lumia 800, makes me feel like passing from the forest to a prison where only some moves are allowed. This is the moment Nokia should have learned that it takes that extra mile to make something work, not just outsource it and seek for an easier solution. If they keep doing business like this, I don't see them good in the long run.
It was amazing experience with nokia and symbian since last 10 years. I have used samsung only once and that too sold in 6 months. last few were e51, x2, e63, n81, n900 and now pureview 808. Completely satisfied. And so now i am now one of legacy person having nokia pureview 808.