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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Nokia Symbian^3 device to be announced at CTIA for USA

Nokia is planning to launch a Symbian^3 device for the United States at CTIA on March 21st in Orlando, Florida.

It is not certain which device will be launched for the North American market, but there are two strong candidates.

The first candidate is the Nokia X7 for AT&T rumored a while ago, and who popped up a few days ago once again. It is, however, not like Nokia to announce a handset for North America before it is announced for Europe. However, I wouldn't mind Nokia making us a big surprise and launching a brand new device to the USA.

The second is the last few days C7 who was showcased running PR 2.0 update of the Symbian^3 OS. The handset is not new, but certainly packs a different software punch than his European sibling, but as we saw yesterday the European C7 is quite capable of running the T-Mobile version of PR 2.0.

Furthermore, the carrier that will launch the new device is a mistery because the X7 was supposed to be AT&T bound, while the C7 seems to be T-Mobile bound (as leaked from Navifirm).

Maybe there will be one of these, maybe both.