The Symbian Foundation has unveiled S^3, the next version of the Symbian open-source mobile operating system.
S^3 is the first entirely open-source version of the platform. Details announced Monday at Mobile World Congress include HDMI support, new memory management techniques, a new graphics architecture, and readiness for 4G support.
The foundation said it expects the platform to be "feature complete" by the end of March.
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