Having captured an early lead in the cell phone OS marketplace, Symbian gathered developers, network operators and distributors to show how it plans to conquer the enterprise space.
Focused around what it calls the smart phone, Symbian and partners like Nokia and Sony Ericsson demonstrated
several new products and discussed forthcoming changes to handsets, applications and user interfaces.
The Symbian Expo ran Oct. 5 to Oct. 6 at the Excel Centre in London, U.K.
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