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Nokia to splice Symbian and Snapdragon this year, says Qualcomm CEO

Ross Miller
February 17, 2010
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Tune your brainwaves back to October 2009, when there were whispers and dreams of a Nokia phone fitted with the fast and trendy Snapdragon processor. Now tune back to present day, where Qualcomm's CEO Paul Jacobs has mentioned in an interview that just such a Symbian-powered device (S^3, we'd hope) is on the horizon. Better yet, it's coming sometime in 2010. No other details, but hey, sometimes all you need is a hope and a prayer to get by.

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