The Nokia 600, one of the company's last remaining Symbian phones, is being canceled before ever hitting the market — on a Nokia Conversations blog post, the company confirmed that it has "decided not to ship the Nokia 600 to markets." The 600 was one of three Symbian phones (the 701 and 700 being the others) that were announced in August, and after Nokia effectively bet the company's future on Windows Phone we wondered if there was a market left for the devices. Now, we're curious to see if Nokia's decision only affects the 600, or if it's the beginning of the final end of Symbian.