With Symbian Anna already being made available for download for handsets launched on the market with the Symbian^3 OS on board, it was only a matter of time before Nokia made new announcements regarding the platform.
Of course, Symbian is on its way to the graveyard, but there still are a wide range of enthusiasts who would gladly purchase a new Nokia handset running under the platform, as long as it is usable enough.
And since Symbian Anna reportedly added some more usability into the mix, the handset vendor
is expected to bring to shelves new devices that would run under the new OS flavor in an attempt to slow down its downfall.
Something new related to Symbian should be unveiled in only a few days, and chances are that new handsets will come to shelves soon.
The company has posted on its Facebook account
a counter that points at something new on Symbian being set to become official in a little over 40 hours.
This is in line with some of the latest reported on the matter that suggested that Nokia might be set to launch a number of no less than three Symbian-based device before the end of this week.
Nokia 600, 700 and 701 have been recently rumored to be on their way to the market with the Symbian platform on board, and it seems that Nokia might be finally getting ready to make themn official.
However, this is only a supposition, and there are also those who suggest that the handset vendor might go official with the next flavor of Symbian
as soon as Wednesday.
Dubbed Symbian Bell, the new OS version should bring even more enhancements into the mix, when compared to what Symbian Anna packed in over Symbian^3.
It would not come too much as a surprise if Nokia indeed launched a new flavor of the OS, one with more enhancements included for all users. The same as Anna, the next platform release would arrive on shelves on new devices, and we might safely bet on the unveiling of new phones as well, that's for sure.