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S60

A smartphone platform from Nokia (www.nokia.com) that runs under Symbian OS. It comprises a user interface along with media player, organizer and other components and supports color screen resolutions from 176x208 to 352x416, although higher resolutions have been used. Formerly Series 60, most S60 phones are from Nokia, but Samsung, LG and other manufacturers have supported the platform. S60 and Symbian OS evolved into the Symbian open source platform. See Symbian.
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Jataayu Software, a provider of mobile handset solutions, has announced the release of its Truly Mobile Browser - jB5 for Symbian Series 60 3rd Edition mobile phones.
of torque for Series 60 customers in this demanding market," said Kevin Dennis, manager, International On-Highway Sales.
The company estimates that nearly 15 million test miles will be accumulated on the 2007 Series 60 before its launch.
Through this agreement Nokia would be able to preload its Series 60 and Symbian OS based mobile devices with Symantec's mobile security solutions, offering increased protection for consumer and business users against mobile malware threats, the companies said.
1 for Series 60 smartphones also continues to provide advanced features such as Smart-Fit Rendering, a sophisticated technology that intelligently renders Web pages to fit handset screen widths, eliminating the need for horizontal scrolling, and Rapid-Render, a technology that significantly speeds the rendering of Web pages on mobile devices.
The new Series 60 manufacturing line is part of a gradual facelift being undertaken at the facility, which has been producing engines since 1938, when it was founded as the GM Diesel Division of General Motors.
Launched and created by Nokia and the Series 60 licensees, the mobile phone makers Panasonic, Sendo, Samsung and Siemens, the site would serve as the main portal for a wide variety of Series 60 Platform information for all key stakeholders.
If you've ever used a mobile telephone then you've probably encountered the Series 60 platform, designed for the Symbian Operating System (OS).
Sendo joins as the newest member to the Series 60 licensing community with Matsushita, Samsung, Siemens and Nokia.
Series 60 is a comprehensive software platform for smart phones that Nokia licenses as a source code product to other mobile handset manufacturers.
Nokia (NYSE: NOK), and Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN) (TI) offer mobile handset manufacturers and application developers a complete open and standards-based reference platform, combining Nokia's Series 60 terminal software platform and developer SDK (Software Development Kit), TI's OMAP processor-based reference platforms and development toolkit, and the Symbian OS.
has awarded a portion of the production of its Series 60 cylinder head to Cifunsa Diesel S.