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Do you know that smartphones used to exist much before the iPhone and Android? Nokia’s Symbian Series 60 supported push email, web browsing and multi-tasking. Even in 2007, we could download apps on this platform. Symbian is still one of the lowest power-consuming platforms around. However, the company underestimated the success of iPhone and Android. Later, it did try to enter the touch market but found the competition too advanced in the technology. This does not mean that Symbian is bad. It feels a bit outdated in front of the iOS, Android and Windows, but it still smoothly handles multiple apps even with less resources. Nokia also gives you more options like touch and non-touch phones. The non-touch phones run on Symbain Series 60, 3rd edition while touch devices run on Symbian Series 60, 5th edition and above. Applications can be downloaded from Ovi Store without giving credit card details. Purchasing paid apps is easy as the amount can be added to the monthly bill for postpaid customers.
SPECS: Symbian S60; 2.4-inch touch display; 1GHz processor; 128MB RAM; 32GB expandable memory; 5MP camera; 3G, Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth; 860 mAh battery.
SPECS: Symbian Belle; 3.2-inch touch display; 1GHz processor;
256 MB RAM; 2GB internal storage, 32GB expandable; 5MP camera; 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
GPS; 1110 mAh battery.
SPECS: Symbian S60; 3.2 inch touch display; 600Mhz processor; 128 MB RAM; 60MB internal, 16GB expandable; 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS,
1000 mAh battery.
SPECS: Symbian S60; 2.2-inch display; 600 MHz processor; 256 MB
RAM; 270 MB internal, 16GB expandable; 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
GPS; 1050mAh battery.