While Symbian may be on its last legs, it has not stopped Nokia from releasing a wave of new handsets, with the Nokia 603 the latest in the range.
The Nokia 603 has a 1GHz processor, 3.5in screen with Clear Black technology and a resolution of 640 x 360, a five megapixel camera with digital zoom and 720p video recording capabilities.
The phone will come in black or white and those looking to stand out from the crowd will be able to do so, with six swappable rear covers (red, green, black, white, yellow and purple in case you were wondering.)
The handset will come with 2GB of internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via an external microSD card slot. It will weigh just 110g and measures 113 x 57 x 12mm. The 603 has Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, microUSB and NFC.
The handset is due to arrive towards the last quarter of 2011 and will cost €200 (£175) unlocked.
Nokia also launched the funky-looking Luna Bluetooth Headset which is compatible with any Bluetooth device and can also pair via NFC with a range of Nokia handsets including the 700 and 603.
The headset is available in black, blue, pink, green and white and can connect to two devices at once using multipoint. Again the Luna Bluetooth Headset is set to arrive towards the end of 2011 and will cost €69 (£60).