Samsung breaks up with Symbian for good

Samsung breaks up with Symbian for good
Much to the chagrin of Omnia HD i8910 owners, Samsung announced it is discontinuing support for the Symbian mobile OS by the end of the year. All related developer's labs, forums and discussion, will be terminated after December 31st 2010.

The company urges all discussion related issues to be submitted before December 10th, so it can have time to address them. Developers won't be able to upload and certify Symbian applications to Samsung Apps after 8am on December 31st. Well, that was to be expected - Samsung is having enough trouble trying to roll out updates for its flagship Android handsets, to iron out Windows Phone 7 support, and to populate its Apps store with bada-compatible software.

source: Samsung

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3 Comments

1. LeoKai unregistered

Although it's Symbian, but at least Omnia HD really is a good phone..

2. thatdude1 unregistered

What's wrong with Symbian?

3. E unregistered

Symbian sucks......

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