The company stops allowing developers to submit new applications or updates for the mobile operating systems.
Say goodbye to Symbian: Nokia is finally ditching the feature phone in favour of Windows Phone this summer.
Nokia only managed to sell 2.9m Lumia handsets in Q3, making a $755m loss overall.
A host of free Microsoft apps are scheduled to appear on Symbian in the fourth quarter, including OneNote, Lync 2010 Mobile, PowerPoint Broadcast, and Document Connection.
Nokia is counting down to a surprise reveal for its ailing feature phone software. Will it be an update to Belle? Is anyone still reading this?
The Nokia 803 is rumoured to run Symbian Belle, have a 4-inch screen and what could be the largest camera sensor ever seen on a mobile.
As Nokia turns its attention to Windows Phone, it finalizes a deal to transfer 2,800 employees around the world to the consulting firm.
Symbian Belle, the spruced-up operating system available on a host of Nokia handsets, is now called Nokia Belle. No word yet on if "Symbian" is officially out of Nokia's dictionary.
Jessica Dolcourt predicts that this will be the last Symbian OS phone to set down in the U.S. This time for real.
Samsung plans to withdraw support for the Symbian mobile platform and will close its Symbian developer facilities by the end of the year.