The latest software update for Symbian smartphones is available for download starting today, the new Symbian Anna Available for Nokia C6-01, C7, E7 and N8. It has new user interface, virtual QWERTY keypad in portrait mode, split-screen messaging, enhanced Nokia Maps, better web browsing and stronger security are just a few of the improvements that people will be able to enjoy.
Symbian Anna can be downloaded using the latest version of Ovi Suite (version 3.1.1) on a PC, or over-the-air directly to your smartphone. Nokai C7 users who will choose to download and install the new software update will also enjoy the activation of the NFC chip inside their devices.
Here are some Key Features of Symbian Anna :-
– User interface: Symbian Anna brings a fresh new look and feel to the Nokia N8,
Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01 and Nokia E7 with crisp icons and multiple usability
enhancements. Typing on the touchscreen is much easier with a split screen, so
you can see message threads, webpages, contacts or email view while typing on
the virtual QWERTY keypad – now also available in portrait mode.
– Maps and navigation: Symbian Anna enhances Nokia Maps with better search
functionality, new public transportation routes and the ability to check-in to
favorite geo-social network sites like Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter
– Browsing: A faster, easier-to-use browser, delivering quicker page loads and
improved device navigation allowing people to connect more easily to their
favorite sites on the go.
– Better for business: Symbian Anna brings true business-grade security with
improved data encryption on Nokia smartphones. Business users with a Nokia N8,
Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01 or Nokia E7 can now easily and securely access their
company intranet with IPSEC and SSL VPN enablers.
– Near Field Communications (NFC): The Symbian Anna software update also
activates the NFC hardware in the Nokia C7, so people can now simply tap their
Nokia C7s together to share contacts, photos, videos and play games; easily pair
with NFC-enabled accessories from Nokia and others; and read NFC tags to check-
in and more