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Nokia new Meltemi OS

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Nokia is working on a replacement for the Series 40 operating system, code-named Meltemi according to Reuters. Meltemi will be built on a Linux-based software platform and is supposed to bridging the gap between feature and smartphones.

Nokia's more basic feature phones currently run its own Series 40 OS and there are now more than 1.5 billion Nokia handsets running this software worldwide. The Finnish company seems to be strengthening its lucrative feature phone dominance with the new Meltemi software, while re-focusing its efforts on its smartphone range with an aim of nailing the budget end of the market.

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