Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has published a video that details the new Symbian Anna operating system, which highlights the worth of updating to the new platform.
Nokia released last week the next version of their Symbian operating system – codenamed 'Anna' – for existing mobile phones that shipped with the Symbain^3 platform.
These handsets are the Nokia consumer N8 phone, business aimed E7, higher-end C7 and the midrange C6-01 mobile – whilst two other models have already shipped running 'Anna' of late.
The bulk of these mobile phones began being notified mid last week that this update was available, which was primarily downloadable and installed from a computer via the Nokia Ovi desktop software.
One Mobile Ring managed to obtain two Nokia E7 handsets last week, where we deployed 'Anna' to one of them and published some images in a side by side comparison of the two versions of Symbian – here.
The video below from Nokia focusses on the new design and user interface, whilst mentioning the new mapping and updated browser interface.
Nokia has embedded clickable links
towards the end of the footage, which provides access to more separate videos of the latest OS, Maps and the web browsers capabilities.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com