The new Nokia Pure font is a lovely work of art. It is nice, rounded and fluid, and simply looks and feels better than the default Sans font on current Nokia devices.
If you will like to install Pure as the default font for your Symbian device right now, the good news is that you can in a few easy steps.
2. Extract the files, then open the extracted folder, copy the folder named “Resources” from there and paste into the root of your mass memory.
3. Restart your smartphone and you should have Nokia Pure running on it.
Disclaimer: You do this at your own risk. Neither myself nor MobilityNigeria can be held responsible for anything that happens to your phone from doing this.
Here are some screenshots of Nokia Pure running on my E7:
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