The Nokia-owned Symbian Foundation has high hopes that recent improvements to the open-source operating system and the release of three new Nokia smartphones last week will bring more cell phone makers into its fold, according to an executive. "Much of the Symbian 4 architecture will remain unchanged from version three, but while the looks of Symbian 3 didn't change much from before, the next version will get a much upgraded user interface," Symbian's Ian Hutton said in an interview.

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