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Series 30 (software platform)

The Nokia 130, which runs on the Series 30 platform.

The Series 30 software platform is an application user interface created by Nokia and currently developed by Microsoft Mobile for its Nokia-branded mobile devices. Mobile phones such as the Nokia 105, Nokia 107 and Nokia 130 run on the Series 30 platform.

After discontinuation of other platforms, Series 30 is now the only platform used by Microsoft Mobile for its feature phones.[1]

Nokia 100 and 101 were launched in 2011. Nokia 102, 103 and 104 were launched in 2012. Nokia 105, 106 and 107 were released in 2013. Nokia 108 released in 2013 is a Series 30 based device with a little version upgrade of Series 30 platform (Series 30+) with support for camera, video and Bluetooth technology.[2] Nokia 220 (based on Series 30+) was released in 2014 with 2.4 inch large display and having Nokia Xpress browser and GPRS data connection.[3] Nokia 130 (based on Series 30+) was released in 2014.[4]

References

  1. ^ Microsoft kills Nokia X Android line-up, Asha and Series 40
  2. ^ Nokia 108 Specification
  3. ^ Nokia 220 Specification
  4. ^ Nokia 130 Specification


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