Nokia’s Symbian Is Officially Dead, Nokia Announces 808 Was The Last Symbian Device.Now that Symbian is officially dead is the support going to get pushed back? I love my 808 PureView 7 ,610 S,710 and N8. I still haven’t gotten a new wp8 device since the 710 left a bad impression on me. Don’t get me wrong, I still have love for Nokia and NOK stock. But once they come out with a fully fleshed out wp experience and by that I mean all the features I loved on Symbian and that are already there on Android I’ll stick to my existing DEAD Symbian line up and my Samsung Androids.
Now I’m typing this using my Nokia 808 PureView and can’t believe that this is the last of the Symbian that i grew up with. A Symbian Nokia phone so perfect for me that it hurts to think that it’s already goodbye. LOL seriously, it’s been a wonderful decade with Nokia and Symbian and I’ll always look back to those times that when a new feature was added on a Nokia phone, I’d get a sense of wonder and awe. Nowadays the spec sheets of the leading brands don’t excite me anymore.
Nokia managed to send off the once might platform in style. The 808 PureView will go down in history as the last Symbian device by the Finnish manufacturer.
During our transition to Windows Phone through 2012, we continued to ship devices based on Symbian. The Nokia 808 Pure View, a device Which showcases our imaging capabilities and Which Came to market in mid-2012 that the last Symbian device from Nokia.