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Nokia remains committed to Symbian V.J. | , 1:24 p.m. Aug. 12, 2009 2009-08-12

A series of reports have made their way around the Net suggesting that Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia will abandon Symbian in favor of Maemo. However, the word’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer has said that it remains committed to the Symbian mobile operating system.

The Financial Times have cited an unnamed source that Nokia will abandon the Symbian platform for its smartphone devices in favor of the Maemo operating system. However, Nokia said in a statement:

"We remain strongly committed to our current open OS software strategy for celluar devices, which is based on the world-leading Symbian OS...," Nokia said in a statement.

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