Symbian Anna Nokia Web Browser 7.3 hands-on review
Symbian Anna has launched on the Nokia E6, Nokia X7 and Nokia Oro smartphones and will be coming to all Symbian^3 smartphones over the course of the summer. Among the new features is the spanking new Web Browser 7.3. We’ve been testing it out, check out the differences with our Symbian Anna Web Browser 7.3 hands-on review.
A recent report outlined that Symbian users web surf a lot long and deeper than those using other smartphone operating systems. This is about to get a lot easier thanks to the Symbian Anna Web Browser 7.3 update.
The Symbian Anna Web Browser 7.3 update has to be one of the most talked about features of the new update as it makes web surfing and generally staying in touch a whole lot smoother. The big difference is that Nokia has worked on making the interface smoother and easier to use.
This means you’ll find the Address bar is now on the main page, running across the top of the screen, instead of hidden away. It also acts as the Search bar so inputting new sites or checking for information on your Symbian smartphone is now a lot easier.
The whole Symbian Anna Web Browser 7.3 interface is smoother, icons in the bottom right and left corners float over the content, so don’t take up any real space and actually getting about the app is a lot quicker.
The Symbian Anna Web Browser 7.3 update is a lot more easier to use than the current Nokia web browser. With the added speed and smoother operation it’s one feature that’ll make you web surfer for longer.
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