Ever since Nokia announced that they will be shifting from Symbian to Windows Phone 7 as their primary smartphone platform, there has been unrest among the Symbian community regarding the future of their favorite platform. So in order to put these fears to rest once and for all, Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop addressed the issue in an interview with Nokia Conversations blog.
In the interview, Elop categorically stated that investment in Symbian will continue even as they transition to Windows Phone 7 as their primary smartphone platform and that software updates to Symbian devices will continue at least till the year 2016.
hehehehehehe ,,, sure they have to !!!! ,,, people who get a Symbian from where they take Update , & maybe They will keep support more than 2016 who knows .