Microsoft has released a version of its Skype client that will work on Nokia's smartphones that have the Symbian Belle Belle FP1 and FP2 OS, including the 808 PureView.
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A video has leaked showcasing Nokia's new cloud syncing solution, Nokia Air. The video also shows a number of interesting devices such as: a Symbian-running tablet, smartphone and mini-slider phone.
Nokia has posted up an explanation (sort of) on why they decided to finally get rid of the Symbian Belle name for their in-house operating system in favor of Nokia Belle.