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  • 11-13-2009, 05:56 AM
    yes you are right i am using it from a long time its really cool cel phone.
  • 11-13-2009, 05:46 AM
    Yesterday it was reported that Samsung would be dropping Symbian from its mobile lineup but this morning, it looks like that has changed. A different report is coming from Samsung's HQ stating that the report is not in line with their smartphone strategy and will continue to build Symbian phones.

    "Samsung is an initial member of Symbian Foundation and continues to cooperate with Symbian Foundation. At the same time, Samsung supports various existing open operating systems including Symbian, Linux, Android, and Windows Mobile. To provide more choices to meet consumers’ many different tastes and preferences, we will continue our ‘multi-OS’ strategy. Our policy is to provide what consumers want when they need."

    via: Samsung will continue building Symbian devices | Samsung Hub

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