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Symbian^3 (photos)

At Mobile World Congress 2010, the Symbian Foundation shows off the works its done on its open-source Symbian^3 platform.

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Bonnie Cha
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Home screen

Symbian^3 will support multiple home screens and let you switch between them with a flick gesture.
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Grid menu

The grid menu layout is a familiar one, but the icons get a fresh look.
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One tap

The platform will move to a single-tap model so you won't have to perform multiple steps to accomplish a simple task.
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Calendar view

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Settings menu

Symbian^3 offers one-click connectivity, so now you can specify global settings for the phone.

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