The ‘green robot’ of Google had made Nokia want to work with Google, but at one point, it became clear that Nokia needed to do something different. What resulted was the launch of the Symbian operating system. The Symbian Anna operating system is much better than what Nokia had been using before. This new system helped to thaw Nokia’s mood, which had been frozen by the increasingly popular Google ‘green robot’. As a result, Nokia was now able to challenge the green robot and remain in the competition. Fast-forward to the present day, and it is clear that Nokia’s decision to introduce the Symbian Anna operating system was the right one.
Symbian has long been a platform that has been utilized by a variety of mobile phone makers, most notably NTT DoCoMo and Sony Ericsson. Now, this popular platform remains the prima donna for Nokia, with the launch of the Symbian Anna update of the Symbian^3 update. This update was first used by the Nokia e6 and the X7 smartphones, both of which were launched simultaneously a few months ago. These devices have become incredibly popular with users, with their high-end specifications, modern design, and intuitive user interfaces. Symbian Anna is a strong platform that gives users a wide range of features, making it an attractive option for people who want a mobile that is powerful and reliable.
“Nokia N8, E7, C7, and C6-01 owners can also upgrade their previous operating system to this Symbian Anna version. Therefore, upgrades can be made to these phones, but can only be done soon,” said Irwan Hermawan, Market Product Manager of Nokia Indonesia.