Siemens Licenses Nokia Series 60 Platform
May 16, 2002, 5:11 PM by (staff)
Nokia and Siemens IC Mobile today announced an agreement to collaborate on mobile terminal software based on open standards. As the first steps in the collaboration, Siemens will implement the Series 60 software platform in Symbian OS-based smart phones. The companies will also work together on the future development of the Series 60. Series 60 is Nokia's platform for smartphones with large color screens, and is used in Nokia's 7650 model.
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