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Symbian to demo two new phones

The Symbian consortium is set to unveil two new classes of Internet-smart cellular phones that stream multimedia contend at its first U.S.
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The Symbian consortium is set to unveil two new classes of Internet-smart cellular phones that stream multimedia contend at its first U.S. developers conference. Symbian -- the consortium of cellular manufacturers Nokia (NYSE: NOK.A), Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERICY), Motorola (NYSE: MOT), Matsushita and Psion Software -- will demo "Quartz," color tablet-style device that shows streaming multimedia over existing GSM phoneworks, and "Crystal," a more PDA-like handset, at the Symbian Developer Conference and Exhibition, starting Tuesday in Santa Clara, Calif. Full story to follow. -- Andrew Orlowski, ZDNet UK

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