DoCoMo To Create Symbian-based 3G Platform
Sep 26, 2003, 11:14 AM by (staff)
Symbian Limited today announced that it has signed an Operator Technology Integrator agreement with Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. Under the agreement, NTT DoCoMo will develop a standard platform for FOMA 3G phones based on Symbian OS. The platform will integrate technologies required to deliver the carrier's FOMA 3G services, including user interface and service-level functionality.
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