Nokia not dropping Symbian

Cell phone giant Nokia will maintain its association with Symbian software to sell smartphones for a long time after its first Microsoft's Windows enabled phones hit the market. In the next two years Microsoft's Windows is set to replace Symbian Symbian is due to be replaced by Microsoft's Windows Phone over the coming two years under a plan announced in February, raising concerns Nokia could drop Symbian phones — which have lost market share, but generate strong profits — too early. “We will be selling (Symbian) devices long after Windows Phone devices from Nokia have already started to appear,” Purnima Kochikar, head of developer relations at Nokia, said in an open letter developers, published late on Friday.

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