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Intel and Symbian Work Together on Reference Design
Posted on 13-Oct-2005 17:43 | Tags Filed under: News



Intel Corporation and Symbian Limited are planning to demonstrate a 3G reference design for Symbian OS for the first time during The Symbian Smartphone Show happening in London. This demonstration is a milestone in the companiesí collaboration to create a cost-effective, feature-rich platform for 3G smartphones.

This investment in a 3G reference platform is the first to be announced using Symbian OS v9 and Intel XScale technology. The platform demonstrates multimedia functionality and includes key software and hardware components that will ultimately enable handset manufacturers to deliver solutions for different mobile phone segments.

The design will also help reduce development time for new phones.







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