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Struggling Sony Ericsson has dumped the Symbian operating system owned by arch rival Nokia in favour of the Google Android platform. The move is a blow to the Finish Company who is sticking with Symbian in an effort to turn Nokia around.

Struggling Sony Ericsson has dumped the Symbian operating system owned by arch rival Nokia in favour of the Google Android platform. The move is a blow to the Finish Company who is sticking with Symbian in an effort to turn Nokia around. 
Speaking to Business Week, Aldo Liguori, a spokesman for SE, said that the part owned Sony Company is no longer putting its efforts into creating phones with Symbian as an OS, explaining: “We have no plans for the time being to develop any new products to the Symbian Foundation standard or operating system.”
Sony Ericsson plans to remains a member of the Symbian Foundation, alongside Nokia and Samsung.
According to Gartner Symbian’s market dominance in the mobile phone market is in decline decline, with its share plummeting from 51 percent in the second quarter of 2009 to 41.2 percent during the same period in 2010 .
Meanwhile, Android has established itself as the market’s fastest growing mobile operating system as a steady procession of handset makers move to embrace Google’s open-source software.
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