Sorry Symbian, but your time in the sun is over. Nokia confirmed today that they are dropping the venerable OS from their N-series smartphones. Reuters reports that Symbian will be replaced with MeeGo, an operating system built collaboratively by Intel and Nokia.
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The Nokia N8 will be the last Symbian smartphone in the N-series. MeeGo is the OS that Nokia is betting the future on. Will it be enough to compete with iOS and Android? Only time will tell, but I've got a feeling Nokia will need to do more than switch up the OS to entice new blood to their brand.