Dolby and Symbian promise entertainment

Mobile Entertainment like movies and music has become an important part of a person’s life having a mobile phone. Companies like Nokia and Sony Ericsson are doing the best to enhance the experience of every individual who has a mobile phone. Nokia does it with N Series and Sony Ericsson with their W Series. If you remember in the Mobile World Congress 2008, which happened in February 2008, Dolby Labs showcased their technology that enhances mobile entertainment by improving the sound and performance of mobile phones and PMPs. Dolby joined hands with NTT DoCoMo and Sharp and they will be offering two mobile phones with Dolby Digital Technology in Japan. Taking forward the Dolby story, yesterday Dolby joined the Symbian Platinum Partner Program and now Dolby technology will be available on the world’s largest selling OS for mobile phones. Dolby on mobile phones and smart phones will enable rich and vibrant surround sound for music, movies, television, and games. The Symbian Platinum Partner program is beneficial for the Dolby guys as they will be working closely with the Symbian OS team and make sure that people using Symbian OS phones experience enhanced mobile entertainment.

Author: Team FoneArena

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