Nokia is going to start rolling out Symbian Belle update to its Symbian^3/Anna smartphones, including N8 and E6, by early 2012. Though Nokia has not specified any release date, the update is expected to arrive by February next year. Earlier, the update was expected to be available before end of this year but apparently that’s unlikely to happen.
According to an All About Symbian report, Nokia has confirmed the availability of Symbian Belle update sometime in early-2012. The report also quotes an official statement from Nokia which is as follows:
“Nokia Belle is the latest Symbian software release with all-new user interface, improved user experience, and dozens of improved and new features. We have already shipped Nokia 603, 700 and 701 with Belle software this year, and have received great feedback on the new user experience.
We will make Nokia Belle available to consumers globally by rolling out the Belle software for the existing Nokia range of smartphones such as N8, E7, X7, C6-01, C7, Oro, E6, and Nokia 500 in early 2012. With that, millions of consumers around the world will get a totally fresh experience on their Symbian smartphone.”
Back in September, Nokia had launched three new Symbian Belle smartphones in India with NFC technology, the Nokia 600, Nokia 700, and Nokia 701.