This spring Nokia announced that she was abandoning the brand OVI. This time it is an even louder rejection - the company no longer wants to have anything to do with Symbian. A year ago, such a statement would have seemed fantastic.
Becoming a leader Nokia, Stephen Elop named Symbian "burning platform". This statement was immediately picked up by the media. The result was not long in coming - this operating system is now associated only with the word "obsolete". It is not entirely clear why Elop made such a statement, because he could not help but guess about its consequences. In any case, the image Symbian was destroyed. And as a result, the brand had to be abandoned.
From now on, the latest version of the system, previously known as Symbian Belle, will simply be called Nokian Belle. The calculation is also made on the fact that the appearance of the system is somewhat redesigned. That is, no associations with the "classics". How all this will help the agonizing system is difficult to imagine. Most likely it won't help.