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Nokia begins mass Symbian Anna update

Old S60 handsets in line for handout

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Nokia has new firmware on speed-dial and is set to offer many of its current client base a free Symbian Anna update.

According to AllAboutSymbian, the Finnish mobile giant is set to handout firmware updates that come with Anna's improved browser Web 7.3, updated Ovi Maps, the addition of emoticons for SMS and MMS, and more.

The following handsets are in the frame:

Series 60 3rd Edition

  • Nokia E72 (rolling out now)
  • Nokia E52 (rolling out now)
  • Nokia E5 (rolling out now)
  • Nokia C5-00
  • Nokia 6700 Slide

Series 60 5th Edition

  • Nokia C6-00 (rolling out now)
  • Nokia C5-03
  • Nokia 5230 (rolling out now)
  • Nokia 5235
  • Nokia 5250
  • Nokia X6
  • Nokia N97 mini (not N97 due to lack of storage space)
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
  • Nokia 5530 XpressMusic

The updates will roll out in stages, with unbranded phones set to receive theirs first and operator-branded phones at a later date. For more information, check out the detailed run down on AllAboutSymbian. ®

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