Those looking for a new mobile – possibly after selling used phones – have been advised that the experience on offer from Nokia has once again been enhanced.

The Finnish brand has confirmed the arrival of Symbian Anna, which it believes will improve a range of features on some of its top models.

For example, a virtual qwerty keyboard is included, while there is the potential to operate split-screen messaging.

“Symbian Anna represents a significant update to the experience users have and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to Symbian, which will see up to 10 more phones introduced over the next 12 months,” said Ilari Nurmi, vice-president at Nokia.

Among the handsets to benefit from the release are the C7, N8, C6-01 and E7.

Nokia's official blog – Nokia Conversations – recently told of another advantage of using the company's mobile phones – its wide range of weather-related apps that allow consumers to keep up with the conditions all over the world.

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