Nokia 5800 and Nokia 5530 Getting Symbian Anna Features

To keep its customers Nokia’s always offering updates for the owners of the older version of Nokia devices. This is the case with the Nokia 5800 and the Nokia 5530. Both devices are running the first and original version of Symbian, thus they do not have the chance to get updated to Symbian Anna^3, and there’s no way for them to ever get the Symbian Belle OS.

Still not to disappoint Symbian^1 device owners, the carrier decided to port some Symbian Anna features to such devices. The first update roll out will include the Nokia 5800 and the Nokia 5530.
The Nokia 5800 is one of the best touchscreen devices. The manufacturer started its shipments 3 years ago and it was popular until the release of the Nokia N8, which was coming with much more advanced features.
The Nokia 5800 will receive the software version of  60.0.003, while the Nokia 5530 will get the software version of 40.0.003. These software versions have almost identical features, which means Nokia got the same features of Anna to both handsets.
The main changes caused by the software update are the following: Symbian Anna browser,  Nokia Maps 3.06, support for international domain names and support for languages like Arabic and Chinese (non ASCII characters).
The update will be rolled out OTA, which means unlocked devices will be the first to get the update. Carrier-based devices will receive the update in upcoming weeks. You will not need a computer to get the update.

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