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Sharp, Opera, others join Symbian

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Mobile leaders of the Symbian Foundation just announced that several new companies have joined them. The foundation’s new members are including Sharp, Opera and Korean Telecom, as well as a few other companies. Since June 2008, 40 companies have joined the group, including all major mobile phone maker like Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola and NTT DoCoMo.

Sharp, Opera, others join Symbian

Indeed, the foundation has became more powerful. Three months ago, they announced that their intent to unite Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP to create one open mobile software platform. According to Symbian, the foundation’s platform will build on the leading mobile software platform, with more than 200 million phones, across 235 models.

Of course, this move is a kind of anticipating Google Inc’s Android’s challenge over who will dominate mobile phone software market in coming years.

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