Nokia Releases Series 40 6th Edition SDK

November 25th, 2008 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Development Platforms | No Comments »

Nokia has made their latest software development kit available to developers all over the world. With the SDK, developers can get their mobile games ready for the 6th edition of their series 40 platform.

Today's release of the SDK, available for download at www.forum.nokia.com/tools, coincides with Nokia's announcement of the new Nokia 6260 slide. In June, Nokia announced the first mobile device based on Series 40 6th Edition, the Nokia 7510 Supernova.

"Nokia is very pleased to release our Series 40 6th Edition SDK, enabling developers to create a broad range of exciting new software and services focused on the dynamic mobile consumer market worldwide," said Tom Libretto, vice president, Forum Nokia, Nokia's global developer support program. "This latest SDK helps third-party developers to build richer multimedia applications and deliver advanced mobile services to the broad base of mobile subscribers served by Nokia Series 40 high-volume devices around the world."

"The advanced capabilities of these new Series 40 6th Edition devices will enable service providers to deliver the latest applications and content available to the broadest possible mobile subscriber base," said Aage Snorgaard, vice president, Series 40 Software, Nokia. "Mobile application developers will find operators are increasingly eager to include their cutting-edge software and service offerings on Nokia high-volume Series 40 devices in markets worldwide."

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