There’s a whole lot going on lately in the mobile industry. You’ve got Google pushing Android, VoIP and mobile advertising; Apple and BlackBerry are still showing strong stats but Palm’s webOS isn’t gaining traction like everyone had hoped. Nokia is a special case to say the least. The largest phone manufacturer in the World’s been dying slowly, but maybe that will change.The new Symbian OS was presented at their capital market day by the company’s CEO. The new os mostly updates the user interface, leaving the bones mostly intact. Users will notice slicker graphics, faster navigation and better web browsing. all of the new features are also being optimized for large format touchscreen displays, allowing multi-touch capability too.
More images after the jump. (via engadget)