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Nokia breathes life to the S60 user interface for Symbian Operating System (OS) with the announcement that the widespread and popular S60 platform, used in all the brand's smartphones (plus a handful of smartphones of other makes) is now going to acquire all "touchy". The recent UI will accommodate various input methods such as finger and stylus based operation.
One of the must-have features of any touchclassy screen device is the keypress feedback. The recent touch-based user interface for S60 smartphones, announced at the Symbian Smartphone Show in London, will hold care of that as it flaunts touch feedback via slight vibrations. Best of all, current S60 applications should run smoothly as usual on the recent touch-enabled handsets, while newly developed ones will create better utilize of the enhanced functionality.
The S60 Nokia concept touchphone
The recent S60 platform will also create additional utilize of various sensors - from motion to proximity and light - allowing the recent devices to "enter a recent kinetic world and offer completely recent opportunities for application and game developers".
The recent S60 web browser will boast full support for Flash video, allowing even more seamless integration between the mobile devices and the mobile Web (read YouTube and the likes) creating a accurate multimedia-on-the-bounce experience.
We cannot assist but feel overexcited by the announced technology upgrade. Nokia already hinted in one of its Go Play Event commercial videos that a touch classy screen S60 smartphone is in the works and today's announcement is a welcome confirmation. Obviously, touch-centric will be making headlines for quite some time to come, with the technology available to all S60 device manufacturers during 2008.
Check out this Nokia flick for some visuals on the Nokia concept touchphone.