Nokia to update Symbian until 2016

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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has promised support for Symbian devices will continue until at least 2016, easing those worried that their smartphone software will quickly become out-of-date.

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has promised support for Symbian devices will continue until at least 2016, easing those worried that their smartphone software will quickly become out-of-date.

Speaking to Nokia’s Conversations blog, Elop promised that Nokia will provide updates, customer service and apps for Symbian devices.

http://youtu.be/M5HlqoP1FXs

This should ease the concerns of anyone considering a Symbian phone such as the Nokia N8, but worried that support might dry up.

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