Nokia's new operating system – Symbian Anna – is now available to consumers who trade in mobiles in order to switch to a handset running on the platform.
It may be particularly attractive to those who have enjoyed previous Symbian technology, which is used for many Nokia devices.
Phil, author of a piece for Nokia Conversations, has published a guide to the first two models that have been released featuring Symbian Anna.
He noted these are now available on the shelves of retailers and include access to faster web browsing and a new incarnation of Ovi Maps.
The E6 and X7 mobiles are designed to provide a top user experience, with the former recommended for its direct access to business software, while the latter is praised for its display and camera.
Nokia recently confirmed it will release some mobiles in conjunction with Windows Phone, with the handsets in question using the new Mango operating system.
Posted by Peter Robinson