Finland-based mobile manufacturer, Nokia Corporation has announced the release of its latest update to Symbian Operating System, codenamed ANNA.
Nokia’s official blog confirms that owners of Nokia’s first line up of Symbian phones which include the Nokia N8, C7, C6-01 and E7 can now update their OS with the fresh update, Symbian Anna software.
The update released as promised can easily be downloaded via air or through a personal computer which clearly depends upon the country the mobile phone is located.
"Symbian Anna represents a significant update to the experience those users have and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to Symbian, which will see up to 10 more phones introduced over the next 12 months, further updates to the user experience and support for the software until at least 2016." vice president of Nokia Corp. Ilari Nurmi stated reports The Inquirer.
The update is expected to bring to the Nokia phones some impressive range of features including enhance user interface, better browsing experience, enhanced data encryption facility, new payment method near field communications (NFC) specifically for the C7, along with an update Maps feature, easy messaging mode with the help of split screen and new icons on the UI.
The company has confirmed update in Finland, Sweden, Germany and the United Kingdom.