08 May 2007
Forum Nokia has presented Series 40 platform 5th Edition (not Symbian)
Nokia has announced the new edition of its Series 40 feature phone platform (it has 5th number, not 4th as we all expected). The new Series 40 5th Edition is a hardware, software and API architecture, based on Java ME technology. It supports the latest version of the mobile information device profile (MIDP 2.1). Series 40 provides an rich Series 40 UI that enables developers to build multimedia applications and services for Nokia feature phones. Series 40 5th Edition incorporates Bluetooth and Infrared connectivity and synchronization capabilities, also Series 40 5th Edition delivers a glorious mobile browsing experience with browser supporting a number of mobile browsing standards. The Series 40 5th Edition also implements the JSR-248 Mobile Service Architecture specification, as well as the latest version of Adobe's Flash Lite 2.1 player. In addition, Series 40 5th Edition delivers the Advanced Multimedia Supplements (JSR-234) and enhanced versions of the Java APIs for Bluetooth (JSR-82), the Mobile Media API (JSR-135), the J2ME Web Services Specification (JSR-172), and the Security and Trust Services API for J2ME (JSR-177). New developer tools will be available very soon in June 2007.