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Symbian Foundation Gains Opera, Sharp, Others

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Sep 9, 2008, 10:04 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

The Symbian Foundation as added a number of new partners, bringing the total number of companies involved to 40. The newest members are Sharp, maker of mobile devices, Opera, maker of mobile software, Korean firm KTF, and six other companies. At this point, many of the major phone manufacturers have joined the Symbian Foundation.

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Sep 9, 2008, 11:01 AM

Android has an advantage

GOOGlE, also the plataform is ready, and is lauching the devices the next month.
Also with Deutsche Telekom, biggest communications company in Europe, and Sprint And t-mo usa and moto in the USa has a big advamtage. Another key is HTC, in this times maybe the most famous Smart phones manufacturer.
With your logic, Symbian has an advantage, as devices have come with Symbian software on them for what, 4 years?
don't really see it as which platform has a better advantage. with android coming soon and a newly opened up symbian os the real advantage is for consumers... more competition, more innovation... regardless of which platform you go with.
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