Nokia announced officially that Symbian Belle updates for Symbian^3/Anna smartphones will appear in the first months of 2012. At this point, the technology writers who believed the release would happen by the end of this year are readjusting their predictions suggesting that Nokia is going to roll out the latest Symbian software, in February.
The brief statement hints to an improved Symbian experience featuring a completely revised user interface and other new features meant to appeal to the consumers. The company already released Nokia 603, 700 and 71 with Belle software and, apparently, the feedback from the market was positive. Now, it’s time for the Symbian Belle class to become globally available for a wider range of handsets such as N8, E7, X7, C6-01, C7, Oro, E6, and Nokia 500.
AllAboutSymbian, the website that reported the news with some frustration for the delayed released date, suggested that at this point, Symbian Belle is not exactly ready for a release. The technology website also hints that are still some technical problems to be solved, such as the possibility of installing the update without wiping out data from the smartphones.
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