Symbian Operating System is now Free and Open Source
The most popular Mobile Operating System Symbian is now free and Open Source. With these changes, cell phone manufacturers will not have to pay for the operating system used in mobile devices.
Symbian was recently purchased by Nokia and it had planned to set source code free under Symbian Foundation.
Today, they have finally released the source code. Companies like Samsung and Ericsson will start working on it to tweak and customize the o.s to better suit their mobile devices.
The most happening thing in today’s Mobile Market is the Operating System being installed in cell phones. Currently, Symbian has a huge share in the mobile o.s market, with Microsoft windows o.s widely used in PDA Smartphone’s. On the other hand, Google’s Android operating system is gaining a huge popularity and support from developers all over the world.
With the release of source code, Symbian Platform will have a huge community of developers working to make the operating system better and customized for different mobile devices.
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