Nokia Will Release Symbian Firmware Update for Several Smartphone On 2011

Nokia rumored to have a plan big enough to welcome in 2011. The plan includes a plan to update the user interface enhancements for Symbian and also preparing Nokia for mobile devices dual-core or dual core. The news is obtained from a senior manager with Nokia, Gunther Kottzieper who gave a presentation at the 2010 event Internation Mobile Internet Conference held in Beijing.
Gunther Kottzieper gave a presentation titled “Nokia Symbian 2011 focus areas.” In the presentation he explained that the Symbian UI will be updated in Q1 201, the update includes 50 features including a more intuitive browser. Continuing an update that changes the appearance and taste of the user interface, the front screen which is more flexible, HTML5 browsers that can be updated, and ease the user to update software in Q2 and Q3. At the presentation also mentioned about the renewal of the hardware.

Hardware mentioned in the presentation is the Nokia phone with a 1GHz processor and the addition of graphics memory in Q2 or Q3 and dual-core mobile phone. At the presentation also touched on Camera Zoom Camera Optical Zoom Pure or the end of 2011 or early 2012.

Despite the launch of mobile devices Nokia E7 postponed, with new management incentive Nokia is doing the movement. Possible takeover of the development of Symbian by Nokia also affects the OS competition.

Gartner said that the Symbian smartphones sold 29.5 million units in Q3 this year, up from 18.3 million the year seblumnya. But the increase does not give effect to the share of Symbian which dropped from 44.6% to 36.6%. This was caused by the rising popularity of Android. If Nokia does not act soon, Android has been ready to take over the market from the hands of Symbian.