Skype for Symbian now supports Nokia’s Symbian Belle OS. Symbian Belle was announced by Nokia in August 2011 and offers a significantly enhanced user experience on the Nokia 603, Nokia 700 and Nokia 701. A new user interface, virtual QWERTY keypad in portrait mode, split-screen messaging, enhanced Nokia Maps, better web browsing and stronger security are just a few of the improvements that people will be able to enjoy. Skype for Symbian is available for download from the Nokia Ovi store, alternatively, you can visit Skype for Symbian on Skype.com.
Nokia 700, one of the latest smartphones that Nokia unveiled to the world with the Symbian operating system on board, is expected to arrive on shelves at wireless carrier T-Mobile UK before the end of this month.
The mobile phone was announced only a few weeks ago, with the new Symbian Belle operating system version on board, and has made an appearance on the floor at the IFA 2011 trade fair in Berlin, where Softpedia got some hands-on moments with it. Continue reading
With Nokia and Microosft already making their partnership official, the entire world is waiting to see what astonishing devices would the Finnish handset vendor bring to the market with the Windows Phone operating system on board. The company already presented some Windows Phone concepts, but nothing was made official on any handset that would hit shelves in the near future. Continue reading
Nokia today releases a brand new app bringing LinkedIn, the social network for business professionals, to Symbian smartphones. The app, available for free on Ovi Store, allows users to send and receive messages from their connections, add new ones, respond to invitations, browse profiles, view and compose status updates. There’s screengrabs and more after the jump. Continue reading