Symbian phone powered by Snapdragon CPU to be arriving this year, says Qualcomm

A Symbian smartphone powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile processor will be reportedly coming this year, as mentioned by Qualcomm's CEO Paul Jacobs in an interview.

Snapdragon CPUs are all the rage these days, powering the most powerful of mobile devices.  They've also been used mainly on Android-powered devices.  But Symbian has also recently gone open source, as well as announcing a completely revamped operating system, the S^3.  What'll we see when the blazingly fast CPU and open-source OS join together in matrimony?

[Into Mobile via Engadget]