they have always said they "hoped" to have a Windows Phone device out in 2011, so it is likely that between 10 and 12 of these devices will run Symbian (one may also run Meego - they promised a Meego device this year).
Given the UI updates planned etc, Symbian will be around receiving new development for probably 2-5 more years, depending on how Windows Phone works out and the speed other languages/ countries can use Windows Phone services (Symbian supports something like 60 languages, Windows Phone something like 6).
This sort of news is also making me hold off a bit on getting an C7/Astound
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60 languages. That really hits home how much of a giant Nokia is.
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6 smartphones, 4 WP7 (2 C2), 2 Symbian...
2 Windows 8 Tablets (1 Intel, 1 ARM)
Apple is having only 2, can't you do with less?
Languages have nothing to do with this.
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Still waiting on the Meego powered N950.
Sleeping screen looks like Android life wall paper! Kind of cool.