Nokia said it will use its MeeGo platform to develop disruptive tablet PC and plans to ship 150 million Symbian devices over the next year.
Its chief technology officer Rich Green said he was disappointed the firm had to partner with another firm in smartphones, and said Nokia was determined never to be “caught from behind” again.
The MeeGo device’s user interface is powered by Nokia’s QML mobile apps development software. In 2011, Nokia plans to ship only one commercial MeeGo device.
Watch the videos below where Nokia CTO Rich Green talks about the futures of Qt, MeeGo and Symbian.
Nokia CTO talks about the future of Symbian
Nokia CTO talks about the future of MeeGo
Nokia CTO talks about the future of Qt