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  • Series 60 2 nd Edition (a.k.a. 2.0) was first introduced in Nokia 6600. It was a major change from previous S60 devices in terms of moving to internet standard protocols instead of WAP protocols, new Symbian OS version, etc. It also introduced support for rich UI themes. 2 nd Edition has been since enhanced with three additional packs of new features. Feature Pack 1 (a.k.a. 2.1) introduced support for EDGE networks. The standard Series 60 browser started to support HTML 4.01 language, thereby allowing access to certain (fairly simple) standard web pages, in addition to supporting mobile portals through XHTML/CSS technologies. Feature Pack 1 also introduced other new possibilities, such as Presence Enhanced Contacts and a standalone Presence application supporting Wireless Village specifications for presence information Feature Pack 2 (a.k.a. 2.6) introduced support for WCDMA networks. This also called for new applications, such as Video Telephony application. Major new application introduced in this phase was also the Active Idle – giving easy access to personal data, applications, and operator services straight from the idle screen Feature Pack 3 (a.k.a. 2.8) allowed for the first time Series 60 devices to have higher resolution displays (176x208, 240x320(QVGA), 352x416)‏ 3 rd Edition is truly a new major platform release, supporting all the features and functions of the 2nd Edition and even more - especially in the enterprise and multimedia areas. In addition, the Series 60 Platform 3rd Edition introduces a new level of flexibility and security into the platform, enabling manufacturers more easily to create devices targeted to mass markets.

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  • 1. 09/20/09
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • a open source operating system, designed for smart phones , with associated libraries and user interface
    • Developed by Symbian Pvt Ltd.
    • Headquarters London & England
    • currently owned by Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Panasonic, Siemens and Samsung
    • a descendant of Psion’s EPOC
    09/20/09
  • 3. More …
    • runs exclusively on ARM processors
    • Structure:32 bit micro kernel architecture
    • types - EKA1& EKA2
    • Developing language :Commonly C++ and Java
    • Design: event based, pre-emptive multitasking and memory protection
    • Early access to new features
    09/20/09
  • 4. Partners & shares
  • 5. Need For Symbian OS
    • Small and mobile, but always available
    • Reliability
    • Product diversity
    • Open platform
    • stability
    09/20/09
  • 6. Symbian OS platforms MOAP(S) MOAP(S)
  • 7. Application Platforms
    • Series 60: a UI for mobile phones that are
    • single-handed operated. In addition to voice communication, multimedia messaging, content browsing and application downloading are the main features of this platform.
    • UIQ: a customizable pen-based user interface platform for media-rich mobile phones based on Symbian OS.
    • MOAP: M obile O riented A pplication P latform
    • for DoCoMo’s FOMA mobile phones
    09/20/09
  • 8. Symbian OS platform-S60
    • Multi vendor standard for smart phones
    • Owned by NOKIA
    • Supports Java MIDP, C++
    • Allows third party softwares
    09/20/09 Nokia N95
  • 9. Symbian OS platforms – UIQ
    • Developed by UIQ Technology
    • Main touch platform.
    • Used by
      • SonyEricsson
      • Motorola
    SonyEricsson G900
  • 10. Symbian OS platforms – MOAP(S)
    • Mobile Oriented Applications Platform
    • MOAP-S: MOAP on Symbian OS
    • Used by:
      • Fujitsu
      • SonyEricsson Japan
      • Mitsubishi
      • Sharp
    • Devices running on DoCoMo network
    FOMA SH 705i
  • 11. Symbian OS Architecture 09/20/09
  • 12. HISTORY (Earlier Versions) VERSION YEAR IMPORTANT REMARKS Psion 1980 Founder: David Potter EPOC16 1991-1996 8086 MP 16-bit Language: OPL MC400,MC200 EPOC 32 1997 ARM processor 32-bit GUI
  • 13. VERSIONS OF Symbian OS
  • 14. VERSIONS OF Symbian OS VERSION YEAR IMPORTANT REMARK(S) 9.0 2004
    • Change in ARM architecture
    • ARMv4 to ARMv5
    9.1 2005
    • New Security Feature(MCS),Bluetooth 2
    • Sony Ericsson M600, P990
    9.2 2006
    • OMA Device Management
    • Nokia E90,N95,N81,N82,6120,5700
    9.3 2006
    • WiFi802.11,HSDPA, Better Memory
    • Nokia N96, N78
    9.4 2007
    • Applications start 75% faster, SQL support by SQLite
    • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
    9.5 2008
    • Mobile Digital TV Broadcast in DVB-H and ISDB-T format
  • 15. S60 releases: Editions and Feature Packs Feature Pack 1 Feature Pack 1 Feature Pack 3 Feature Pack 2 Feature Pack 1 S60 2 nd Edition S60 3 rd Edition S60 1 st Edition Feature Pack 2 S60 5th Edition
  • 16. DEVICES USING SYMBIAN OS Nokia S80 UIQ Nokia S60 Nokia S90 MOAP(s)
      • Nokia 9210 Communicator (2001),
      • 9300 Communicator (2004),
      • 9500 Communicator (2004)
    SonyEricsson P800(2002),P900 (2003), P910 (2004), P990 (2005),W950 (2006),M600 (2006), P1 (2007), W960 (2007), G700 (2008), G900 (2008),G702(2008) Motorola A920, A925, A1000, RIZR Z8, RIZR Z10, DoCoMo M1000, BenQ P30, P31 and Nokia 6708 The Nokia N-Gage,6620,Nokia 6630, the Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681 and Nokia 6682, Nokia 6120 classic, Nokia 6121 classic, Nokia 6220, Nokia N70, Nokia N71, Nokia N72, Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N78, Nokia N80, Nokia N81, Nokia N82, Nokia N90, Nokia N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93, Nokia N95 and Nokia N96, Nokia E50, Nokia E51, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E62, Nokia E65, Nokia E66, Nokia E70, Nokia E71, Nokia E78, and Nokia E90 Nokia 5320, Nokia 5700 and Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Nokia 7710 (2004) Fujitsu Mitsubishi Sony Ericsson and Sharp phones for NTT DoCoMo in Japan.
  • 17. Fundamental requirements
    • Must work on stand alone portable devices.
    • Must work on different sort of devices.
    • Future proof.
    • Open to all to develop applications.
    09/20/09
  • 18. Features
    • Object oriented design
    • Power management
    • Robust and dependable
    • Memory management
    • Multitasking
    • Open source operating system
    09/20/09
  • 19. Advantages
    • Boots in seconds
    • Reduced power consumption
    • Open application environment
    • APIs are publicly documented and anyone can develop software for Symbian OS
    • 3G and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access)
    • multitasking for uninterrupted
    • High resolution support
    • Unlocking youth market demands
    • Seamless connectivity for music and pictures and so on
    09/20/09
  • 20. Issues …
    • Symbian OS subject to a variety of viruses ,the best known of which is Cabir
    • SIS (Symbian Installation Source) file Trojans like
    • Drever.A
    • Frontal.A
    • Locknut.B
    09/20/09
  • 21. Future …
    • WiMax and 4G
    • Ultra high resolution color displays
    • Rich multimedia enablers (for creation, consumption, communication)
    • High speed, low-latency real-time networking
    09/20/09
  • 22. Contd …
    • Large memories and persistent storage
    • Superior graphics effects in the user interface
    • Energy and thermal efficiency and so on
    09/20/09
  • 23. Conclusion
    • It has support for all the leading industry standards that will be essential for the current and forthcoming generations of data enabled mobile phones.
    • The open platform allows the installation of third party software to further enhance the user experience with these phones.
    • Symbian OS is trying to replace PC.
    09/20/09
  • 24. 09/20/09 THANK YOU