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Nokia Improvement Coming For Users

According to a new press release at, Nokia says user experience improvements are coming in 2010. At the company’s annual Capital Markets Day event, senior executives noted Nokia Cell Phone core competitive advantages in the mobile devices market when outlining plans of success for the company. The goal of the annual event is to share progress and goals with the Nokia’s investors in order to maintain financial strength for the company.

nokia_logoNokia’s CEO, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, made statements at the event about Nokia’s plans to bring Symbian to new levels in 2010 by improving user interface experiences. Kallasvuo also said that the Symbain operating system has the flexibility and capability to become the world’s largest platform for mobile service and the company is going to push for global growth in the industry. A demonstration of Symbian user interface improvements was also provided at the event.

Symbian is currently a popular Smartphone platform, but is facing serious competition from the Apple iPhone. Nokia is hoping to position smartphones down to new price points globally, but the company has recognized that in order to keep up Symbian has to become more appealing to its users. Some visual samples of Nokia’s plan are available at

Nokia is pulling its focus towards speed and visual appeal in order to stay in the game. Plans are set for larger screens on their mobile phones with multi-touch and single tap controls for the users. The company is also hoping to make all this happen three times faster than the program currently does things.

Overall, if Nokia says user experience improvements are coming, they have their work cut out for them. Several other companies are steadily working alongside them for a piece of the market share. Hopefully, all this competition will deliver some fantastic results to consumers.