Blue Pearl N97 Theme,5230, 5530, Omnia HD & 5800 XpressMusic By Morkino
Supported Phone :
S60 Touch ui Nokia N97, 5800xm, Nokia X6, Nokia 5530 xm, Nokia 5230.
Nokia Is still believing that its old warhorse Symbian can still give the New-Gen Os from Apple, Android[google] a run for its money.
That’s the reason that Nokia has come up with Symbian^3 & Symbian^4.
Symbian for long has been the dominating force in the Mobile OS Market, with its wide range of Application & Themes & Nokia Hope that with Symbian^3 & Symbian^4 it continues the trend to be ahead of competition.
An improved user experience
There are a range of user experience improvements in Symbian^3, incremental enhancements that make Symbian-based devices easier and more enjoyable to use.
Single tap interaction model – no more “tap to select, tap again to action”. Consistent roll-out of a “single tap” paradigm throughout the touch UI removes the need for double tapping anywhere in the user interface, delivering a more immediate and direct user experience. The implementation includes framework changes that allow 3rd party applications to benefit easily.
Multi-touch gesture support (for things like drag, flick and pinch-to-zoom) comes to many applications, including the Homescreen, Photos and the video player. Any application can integrate support for gestures by taking advantage of the framework and the set of gestures recognised can be customised and extended by device creators.
Better memory management, achieved through writeable data paging, leaves more free RAM for applications.
A faster UI – the Symbian^3 user interface uses the new graphics architecture to great effect to ensure that devices feel snappy and responsive.
After the apparent leak of Nokia’s C6 QWERTY slider comes another new handset from the company under its refreshed range nomenclature. The Nokia X9 is believed to be the successor to the Nokia X6, complete with a 1GHz Cortex A8 chipset, 12-megapixel camera with LED flash, HDMI and a 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen.
Elsewhere there’s HSDPA, WiFi and aGPS, along with 32GB of onboard storage and a 3.5mm headphone socket. The Symbian^4 device is expected to be capable of 720p HD video recording, and has some nifty social networking status updates too – along the bottom of that sizeable display run a series of icons for Twitter, Facebook, calls and messages, with a number indicating how many are unread or unanswered.
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