Owners of newer Symbian phones acquiredfew good news lately when Nokia declared that they will be acquiringa Feature Pack 1 update for their smartphones. They might be in forfew more good news - results on the HTML5 Test list results for"Nokia Belle FP 2". The FP1 modify is characterised on theNokia 808 PureView, but will creates its way to the 603, 700 and 701,on the last two getting a CPU speed bump. It is not clear what wemight require from FP2, but Nokia looks to have done a much more ofwork on the browser. The Belle FP1 update gives a big boost to thebrowser in terms of compatibility - it jumps from 157 for vanillaBelle to 212 for FP1 and higher still with FP2 - 242 .Forcomparison, Android 2.3 scores 181+1, Android 4.0 does 256+3, WindowsPhone 7.5 Mango scores very low at 141+5, while Mobile Safari on iOS5 is king of the stock browsers with a score of 305+9.
The device running Belle FP2 is listedlike Nokia 701, thus there is a good opportunity that the devicesthat are acquiring FP1 will acquire FP2 like considerable. Anyway, apost on Nokia Beta Labs caught our attention also - it marks the endof the beta period for Universal Search. It is a handy characteristicthat looks via contacts, emails, maps and so on.
What is interesting about it is nowthat the beta is over, you would require to acquire the releaseversion of the application - but it is nowhere to be detected in theNokia Store. It is rather a coincidence - the appearance of anotherBelle characteristic pack and the disappearance of Universal Search -thus that is one characteristic that might be headed to FP2. By theway, that HTML5 Test results page is extremely interesting and refersa couple of big names - Windows Phone 8 and Tizen 1. That, of course,is flimsy proof of their existence, but still.