Built on: Symbian Anna
13 June 2011
25 January 2012
The Nokia 702T is a business optimized device for China markers supporting quad-band EGSM and dual-band TD-SCDMA. The device combines QWERTY keypad with a VGA resolution capacitive touch display and Symbian Anna operating system. Other features include integrated mobile office and messaging applications, 8 Mpix Full Focus camera with dual-LED flash, A-GPS with Ovi Maps and Social networking integration. Additionally, for the software developers, the device includes Qt 4.7, Java MIDP 2.1, Bluetooth 3.0 and Flash Lite 4.0.
The Tools Centre page (www.developer.nokia.com/Resources/Tools_and_downloads/) provides links to details about all the Nokia Developer tools & SDKs.
These are the Qt SDK 1.2.1 installers.This update of the SDK provides improvements for targeting the Nokia N9 smartphone with landscape and portrait orientation support in the Simulator, the Qt Quick Components as used in the phone, and three QEMU images: one each for PR1.0, PR1.1, and PR1.2. The SDK provides for coding, testing, and building Qt apps on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Apple Mac computers.
Carbide.c++ is an IDE for developing Symbian C++ and Open C/C++ for Symbian devices. Version 3.2 is available, offering support for S60 5th Edition and Symbian^3 software development, a lightweight installer, and extension plug-ins for additional features.
Now including the final 1.0 version of the Symbian Belle SDK, the all-in-one SDKs enable application development using Qt, C++, Java™ technology, and web technology. Each SDK includes all the key resources needed for application development, such as documentation, API reference, examples, and an emulator. An IDE is not included.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.