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|14th September 2010, 18:11||#1|
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Nokia takes on Android, iOS with new Symbian^3 smartphones
Nokia unveiled new Symbian-based smartphones during the NokiaWorld event this morning in London. Alongside the previously announced N8 flagship device, Nokia is going to launch the rumored C6 and C7 handsets and the new E7 business smartphone. Like the N8, these new products will ship with Symbian^3, the latest generation of the open source Symbian operating system.
The new phones were demonstrated during an opening keynote by Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia executive vice president and general manager of mobile solutions. One of the major themes that Nokia executives emphasized during the NokiaWorld event is the company's desire to offer a broad product lineup that serves different kinds of consumers. As Vanjoki introduced Nokia's new lineup of Symbian smartphones, he explained the target audience for each product.
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