Series 30

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The Series 30, often shortened as S30, software platform is an application user interface created by Nokia and currently developed by Microsoft Mobile for its Nokia-branded mobile devices. S30 phones are capable of running Java apps. Despite the naming similarity, Series 30+ is an entirely unrelated platform, licensed from MediaTek and used on later Nokia-branded feature phones. Unlike S30, S30+ does not support Java apps.[1]

Older platforms used by Nokia appear to have been discontinued.[2]

Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 were launched in 2011. Nokia 102, Nokia 103 and Nokia 104 were launched in 2012. Nokia 105, Nokia 106 and Nokia 107 were released in 2013. All these phones use Series 30.

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