Online sources mentioned that Symbian Belle is to be released on the 8th February but Nokia has already started rolling Belle out for the users out there, but only this time – there is a good way to check if the software is available in your district. Although the changelog is visible to the users out there, others may report the contradictory or even the same.
Belle was announced via the websites and social media. During the time of the other updates, Nokia hadn’t put Nokia N8 on their list first but rather another devices, that same device received updates faster. This time, Nokia has put the Nokia N8 first on their list : “Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia E6, Nokia X7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, or Nokia Oro device, by adding a whole load of enhancements.”
This may be an indication of something, although this is in much detail – some users fail to catch the detail, which is staring them right in the eye. Nokia has always discouraged the unofficial versions of their software and they may be right, Nokia Conversations hasn’t mentioned whether the users that contain the unofficial software; if they can update to the official version of the software – a big risk that users played.
Previous hacks and tricks showcased how to add more homescreens to the original 3 homescreens, now there’s no need for those hacks because Belle introduces 6 homescreens. You’d expect an improvement in the photography aspect of the 12 megapixel piece of technology, Nokia mentions that you will have 30 frames per second but previously, the Beta Labs had provided with an update for the 30fps issue.
Users shouldn’t confuse this with the changelogs and the Beta Labs update, at that time it was beta but now it’s fully functional.