“During our transition to Windows Phone through 2012, we continued to ship devices based on Symbian,” the company said. “The Nokia 808 PureView, a device which showcases our imaging capabilities and which came to market in mid-2012, was the last Symbian device from Nokia.”
The manufacturer had previously noted that Q4 2012 was the “last meaningful quarter for Symbian”, and today’s confirmation was not a surprise to industry observers. Nokia's results confirmed numbers it released earlier this month while also adding that the firm is now back in profit.
The $585million profit was boosted by a decision to sell of its headquarters; the company now has £4billion in cash.
The 41-megapixel PureView used technology that is now starting to appear appear in Nokia’s Windows Phone-based Lumia handsets.