In the evening of January 24, Nokia announced a regrettable message: Discontinued Symbian smartphones, the 808 PureView released last year to become the swan song of this 15-year-old operating system.Symbian system was born in 1998, has just been born when the three giants of the phone industry, Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia for their support, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson and other manufacturers are starting to join. In 2000, the world’s first Symbian phone Ericsson R380 listed. In 2006, the world has more than 100 million Symbian phones.
However, it’s good luck ends here. In 2007, the Apple iPhone has revolutionized the mobile phone industry. Android incoming, so many vendors fled Symbian, Nokia has almost become only a production of the major vendors of Symbian phones. 2011, Nokia also barely announced comprehensive shift Windows Phone, and gradually give up the Symbian brand. Yesterday, Nokia announced the shutdown of Symbian phones, three years ahead of 2016 than previously announced discontinued.
What are the factors leading to the mobile phone industry, the Roman Empire, in a short span of seven years meltdown? Symbian’s defeat, defeat where is that?
Samsung Galaxy S3 has been launched on 3/5. It is the newest phone from Samsung. It is the successor to the previous version Galaxy S2. After its competitors have launched the high-end smartphone, such as HTC One X, Sony Xperia S, LG Optimism 4X. Its competitors have already using a Quad-Core Processor like HTC One X, which is using NVIDIA Tegra 3, perform extremely well in heavy loading tasks. We can ensure that a Quad-Core Processor will provide more than sufficient processing power to the smartphone, and to let it run extremely smooth. For android system, in micck’s opinion, it is better to have at least dual-core processor to power the device, it is the minimum requirement to have a good user experiences on Android OS (at least not lagging all of the time). Back to our main topic, the Samsung Galaxy S3, it has several improvement when comparing to its previous version.