Nokia will finally phase out its Symbian operating system in the summer, according to a published report. The phone-maker will continue to sell Symbian-based handsets in emerging markets until supplies run out but will no longer ship the devices, the report said. Nokia, which has embraced Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, sold only 500,000 Symbian phones in the first quarter, including the 808 PureView, which features a 41-megapixel camera.

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