The operating system is gaining greater media exposure due to its constant evolution.
And the frequency with which new features are introduced. You may be forgiven for thinking that there are only three in the form of Android, Apple iOS and Windows 7, but there is a fourth platform that has always offered a great user experience and is appreciated by my many phone users. Symbian is the operating system chosen by Nokia phones and the platform has just launched its latest version. Also, Symbian Anna will be delivered on two of the latest Nokia phones, which are the E6 and X7 models, with some excellent improvements over previous versions of the system.
Symbian Anna seeks to align the platform
with the likes of the most impressive Android operating systems visually and on HTC and Samsung devices. The first notable change is that the design of the icons has been redesigned. So that the images are not only clearer. But appears much more three-dimensional than the previous offers that began to look a bit dated. Especially with the screen resolution. on phones that improve all the time.
Another new feature of this update is the addition of a virtual keyboard accessible in vertical mode instead of in previous models that only offered a horizontal version. It is still useful if you want to respond quickly to the text. But the horizontal version is still useful for composing longer answers. Another area where the update has improved is the Ovi Maps function. Ovi Maps is Nokias’ own map and navigation system and is now much easier to use. The maps now include public transportation routes, predictive search, and integration with social networking sites.
The manufacturers launched in 2011 two new phones equipped
with this latest operating system, the Nokia X7, and the E6. The X7 is the large-screen multimedia beast designed to compete with HTC Desire HD and the Samsung Galaxy S2. The phone comes with a 4-inch screen perfect for managing not only a variety of multimedia files but also for mobile games. The phones look slightly different from most phones thanks to the angled corners that distinguish the phone from the crowd. An 8-megapixel camera and 720P video capture provide quality results, while the tempered glass that the body is made of gives the phone greater durability. The E6 is aimed at the most professional users and offers a combination of a full Qwerty keyboard and a touch screen. Like the X7, the phone impresses in the camera department with HD video and 8-megapixel photography easily.
The latest operating system update makes the platform more compatible with some of its best-known rivals. While the two new phones offer the usual combination of excellent Nokia style and specifications. quality.