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This time, Nokia plans to leave the platform Symbian operating system and took the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system on Nokia future smartphone. Even so, than StatCounter reports, it turns out that the operating system still be number one.
StatCounter the institution that records mobile Internet data traffic, mention the Symbian operating system is still more popular for web browsing than the IOS or Android.
As quoted from GigaOM, January 18, 2012, smartphones with Symbian OS based controls 33.55 percent of internet surfing. Compare with IOS controls only 22.61 per cent and Android that only 21.76 percent. BlackBerry OS? Simply 7.82 percent.
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Even so, the power of Symbian located in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In the area of the United States and Europe, it seems that the dominance of Symbian has begun to disappear because users generally have switched to a smartphone with another operating system, such as IOS and Android.
Given the current Symbian devices are still many who are still active, it seems to be useful if Nokia find a way for those users can be maximized. For example to move the Symbian OS version devices that exist today, or find a clever way for Symbian users to switch to Windows Phone 7.