Skype on Symbian S60-based cellphones

Skype on Symbian S60-based cellphones

Skype is working on an application that will be fully compatible with Symbian Series 60 platform that is expected to be released later this year. The application will allow users of many popular phones, including models from Nokia and Sony Ericsson, to use the 3G VoIP to chat as well as place calls through SkypeOut. The current version of S60 Skype, which has been developed for S60 2nd Edition, supports Skype text chat, Skype voice calls (both to PCs and to other S60 handsets), and Skype Out dialing. It, however, sustains a latency problem, which makes the performance quality similar to that of a satellite phone.



Skype running on Nokia 6680



Source: All About Symbian


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