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Section: Business News - Nokia insists it will continue to use the Symbian operating system in a wide range of new smartphone models in the future and not shift to Android, the Bangkok Post reports.
The world's largest handset maker believes location-sharing application by way of Ovi Maps will be the next big thing for smartphone users, allowing users free turn-by-turn directions.
"We believe our current [Symbian] platform enables us to continue to add value to customers," Niklas Savander, an executive vice-president of Nokia, said during a Twitter discussion.
"Symbian continues to be our major smartphone platform." Symbian is Nokia's major OS for mobile …