Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The Android Threat: Banking on Symbian's Maturity

Nokia is well prepared for Google's high-profile foray into the mobile phone business thanks to years of development experience and millions of phones on the market, a senior Nokia official told Reuters. Details of Google's plan to enter the mobile software market are expected on Tuesday when T-Mobile USA displays the first phone based on Google's Android platform in New York, sources familiar with the plan have said. Nokia said in June it would buy out smartphone software maker Symbian, then give the software to not-for-profit organization and make it royalty-free.

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