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UIQ

UIQ is a flexible and customizable user interface for data-enabled mobile phones, based on the Symbian OS platform. UIQ includes support for the latest and emerging wireless standards and comes with a set of essential and well-integrated applications. UIQ enables rapid device integration and offers mobile phone manufacturers a foundation for building attractive and cost efficient mobile phones. UIQ licensees are given extensive rights to customize the user interface to fit into their product portfolio and branding strategy.






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