The annual Symbian Exchange and Exposition kicks off today at Earls Court, London. This will be a very interesting event as it is expected that more details of Symbian^2 will emerge, as will the mobile phones that will be running them by key exhibitors Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson among others. A host of devices running on the mature none-touchscreen S60v3 platform are also expected to be announced. In fact Nokia has just announced the Series 60-based 6788, a phone designed for China proprietary 3G network.
Other exhibitors will include ARM Limited, the designer of the popular RISC processors; the Edinburgh based Wolfson Microelectronics, whose audio chipset are found in popular DAPs and Texas Instruments, maker of the ARM-based OMAP processors.
I had no plans to attend, but depending on the time, I may just nip in tomorrow to have a look. In the mean time check out Varun (my Ovi Good Things treasure hunt mate)'s blog for more coverage.