Nokia announced three more phones based on their new Symbian 3 platform. The phones cater to both business and social media users. The big question that remains for business users is, “How will these Symbian 3 phones sync with my PC?”.
Google Sync has supported over-the-air sync with devices running the Symbian S60 operating system. They sync contacts and calendar data two-ways. Will Google Sync also support two-way sync with Symbian 3 devices? If they do, CompanionLink can has a way for people to sync PC contacts and calendar data with Symbian 3 devices.
PC <> CompanionLink <> Google account <> Google Sync <> Symbian 3 device
CompanionLink for Google is a product that will sync PC software like Outlook to any Google or Gmail account. If Google Sync will support sync with Symbian 3 devices, this data will then transfer over-the-air with the Symbian 3 device. Any changes made on the device will sync back to the Google account, which will sync back to the PC courtesy of CompanionLink.
Let’s hope Google Sync supports Symbian 3.