Symbian Belle is the successor of Anna and brings several improvements to the Symbian operating system, such as a homescreen improvement, which consists of up to 6 panels and these widgets will be available in five different sizes. Widgets can also be resized, so they offers more flexibility.
Symbian Belle lockscreen has also been updated, allowing adding wallpapers and notifications for events. Symbian Belle also includes applications such as Microsoft Communicator Microsoft, SharePoint, OneNote, PowerPoint Exchange ActiveSync and Broadcaster.
Nokia brings good news for those who own one of the models launched with Symbian Belle OS. Specifically, Nokia 700, 701 and 603 models, will receive the update Feature Pack 1 running on Nokia 808 PureView. The upgrade will be possible in the coming months. For other models running Symbian, was made the update to Symbian Belle.
First, the Feature Pack 1 brings improvements in terms of entertainment. Overall, the interface is improved, and Feature Pack 1 comes with Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Headphones, a collection of widgets, a new browser HTML5, the Microsoft Lync 2010 Mobile, Microsoft PowerPoint Broadcast, Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Document Connection and an updated version of Nokia Maps.
Nokia 700 and Nokia 701 will receive a bonus of hardware speed which means that their processors now running at 1GHz, will be able to run at 1.3 GHz. Unfortunately this is not true for the Nokia 603, which will remain at the current frequency of 1GHz.