Just because Nokia has already adopted Microsoft's Windows Phone as operating system of all its future smartphones doesn't mean the company will drop all support for its previous handsets running Symbian OS.
In fact, Nokia has just released another firmware update for Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia E7, Nokia X7, and Nokia C6-01 called Nokia Belle Refresh. This upgrade brings a slew of enhancements to the OS and its interface, which include a revamped browser with HTML5 support, Nokia Maps Suite 3.09, pre-installed Big Screen and DLNA play apps, and several new home screen widgets for social networking, notes, and gallery.
Yes, over-the-air firmware upgrade is now available for all above-mentioned phones in the Philippines! Yesterday, I performed the update and took the liberty of recording a video to show you how it's done -- step by step! So if you own one of those handsets, I hope you can check out my clip to help you get the latest of what Nokia has in store for your phone.
So again, just make sure your phone has enough juice and is connected to a WiFi or a fast and reliable mobile network, go to Settings, click Phone, then Phone Management, and Device Manager. Under Device Manager, click Options icon on the lower right corner, check for updates, then download and install. Wait for the phone to restart, and voila! You have the latest version of the firmware! Easy!