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Video: Jo Harlow Interview – Nokia stays committed to Symbian

Jo Harlow explains the recent return of Symbian to Nokia and its future. This coincides with yesterday’s post on Nokia Conversations from Jo Harlow that’s well worth checking out.

“The Foundation’s decision does not in any way slow down our plans for Symbian or Qt. Nokia has already started to focus its own engineering resources on Qt and Qt Quick and we’re busy developing our own applications and services in the framework.

We are grateful to the Foundation and its employees for all they have done to keep Symbian as the the most used global smartphone platform. Now it is time for Nokia to drive where Symbian can go next. The end of the Foundation is the end of an era, but for Symbian, a new era is only just beginning.”

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  1. John Wiegand-forson
    November 9, 2010 at 8:06 pm

    Why do Nokia keep reiterating their commitment to Symbian every time not so important news on Symbian comes out. We get it Nokia, it like their trying to hide something. Maybe something good 😀

    • November 10, 2010 at 2:55 am

      I think they just have little else to say, not in a bad way…just the way it is, you know? They are not use to flashing announcements up a whole lot on the fly, something I don’t particularly care about as I like the facts and nothing else, but it’s a marketing thing.

      I’m liking all these changes. Enough has been shaken up lately with Nokia to get people either fired up or walking on egg shells to make sure shit really gets done.

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