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.
Nokia is standing firm behind its Symbian operating system, for now, pushing out updates for four handsets and planning to launch ten new models within 12 months.
Nokia has overhauled its much-maligned Symbian software with Symbian Anna, a new version of the software to make its debut on the new Nokia X7.
Jessica Dolcourt predicts that this will be the last Symbian OS phone to set down in the U.S. This time for real.
Carla, the latest version of Nokia's Symbian software, is revealed for the first time, complete with Android-style unlocking.
Unfortunately, both platforms are still seeing only a sliver of the total market share.
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.
Nokia has this week rolled out the major Symbian Belle update to its customers in many places around the world, but it seems that Australia will have to wait longer before the update is available for Aussie handsets.