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The first version in 2002 was lacking support for the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and Wireless Markup Language (WML) and Adobe Flash Lite. s60 version 2 introduced support for WAP and WML. Hence the Nokia Services (WAP) browser was the default browser on initial device shipments of this platform.
Nokia announced porting WebKit to the S60 Browser in June 2005, and made it available in November. At the 2006 World Wide Web Conference, Nokia announced that it was releasing the source code for its port of WebKit back to the community.
Nokia Browser 7.0 is supported on S60 5th Edition devices.
This version supports all of the features of prior to the Nokia Browser 7 releases, as well as the following additional features:
Nokia Browser 7.1 is supported on S60 3rd and 5th Edition devices.
The Nokia Browser 7.2 is supported on Symbian^3 and S60 (3rd and 5th Edition) platform devices.
Nokia Browser 7.3 is pre-installed on Symbian Anna devices (like the Nokia E6 and Nokia X7). Browser 7.3 is also available to Symbian^3 devices (Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, Nokia E7, Nokia N8) as part of the upgrade from Symbian^3 to Symbian Anna. Some S60 3rd Edition and S60 5th Edition devices received the updated browser in the form of firmware updates. This version brings a touch-optimized user interface in addition to better web standards support and improved performance.
New features include:
Nokia Browser 7.4 is pre-installed on Nokia Belle devices (Nokia 600, Nokia 603, Nokia 700, Nokia 701). Browser 7.4 is also available to Symbian^3/Anna devices as part of the upgrade from Symbian Anna to Nokia Belle.
Browser 7.4 added support for the following features:
Additionally, the user interface is changed in comparison to v7.3 as follows:
Come with Nokia Belle FP2 (Nokia 603, Nokia 700, Nokia 701, Nokia 808)