In-depth look at all the aspects of Symbian^3, is it enough to satisfy you?
I met Eldar several years ago at a Microsoft Mobius event and always have enjoyed his very early look at devices on Mobile Review. Many people jumped on his early Nokia N8 preview and either slammed the device for being subpar or slammed Eldar for posting a review of a device with non-final software. He just posted an extremely detailed look at Symbian^3 that I recommend you check out when you have a few minutes.
As a person who generally likes Symbian S60 5th Edition, I was pleased to read that Symbian^3 indeed builds on and improves it in many ways. We all know it is evolutionary and not revolutionary, but for most current Symbian users that may be just fine while others may move to the iPhone or Android platform. I have a Sprint HTC EVO 4G and have a blast using it with some fantastic apps and services. Eldar states that those of us satisfied with S60 5th Edition will be quite happy with the improvements in Symbian^3, but for others who do not use Symbian it will look like Nokia is playing catch up to Apple.
Eldar has a questionnaire at the end of his review that he is using to capture data from the readers to pass along to Nokia and the Symbian Foundation. I completely understand the fascination with the latest and greatest mobile operating systems (I use them myself too), but there is something to be said about Nokia devices and the Symbian operating system that still has many advantages and outstanding capability.