Yesterday Nokia announced its corporate goals for 2010 and there are quite interesting, although not exactly unexpected, changes in its strategy. Some of the most important targets relate to a major facelift of Symbian´s antiquated interface, improvement in the operational speed of the OS and integration of multitouch support. Take a look at the video below to see what the concept interface looks like The world´s largest cell phone manufacturer also intends to roll out two trend-setters next year - one scheduled for the first and the other for the second half of 2010. One other thing that gripped our attention is that the company plans to release its first cell phone with Maemo 6 in Q3-Q4 next year. Nokia also intends to strengthen its global presence by churning out more smartphones with touch-sensitive screen and QWERTY keyboard and partnership with more carriers around the Globe. The manufacturer plans to maintain its focus on the developing markets, expects weaker handset price erosion as compared to the slump of 2009 and on the overall, to retain its global market share.