In a rather easy to predict move, Nokia announced that it will be dropping support for the Symbian and MeeGo operating systems at the end of this year.
While apps will still be available for download to customers (and developers will still continue to receive revenue for published apps), developers will no longer be able to publish or update apps on the Ovi Store after the January 1 deadline.
While it was only a matter of time before this happened, the pending Microsoft acquisition of Nokia might have something to do with speeding things up.
Thanks, Bilal, for the tip!
we want symbian phones back in production i find symbian os better than any antroid phone i seen i am using an symbian phone now and i will continue to symbian phone it is better
we want symbian back in production i am using one of nokias finest symbian phone nokia 700 and c6 01 i find it easy and better than any antroid mobile i used it is so sad nokia stopped symbian and meego
sooooo bad,we are missing HQ camera,.3D music mobiles.why MS is not trying to develop better OS in Symbian platform itself.