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.[1]

Despite being similarly named, Series 30+ is an entirely unrelated platform, licensed from MediaTek and used on later Nokia-branded feature phones made by Microsoft; unlike S30, it does not support Java apps.

Older platforms used by Nokia appear to have been discontinued,[2] as Microsoft is now using the Windows Phone platform for its smart devices under the Lumia branding.

The following is a list of Series 30 devices released by Nokia:

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