I've liked both Symbian and Android. But when it comes to going against each other, Android wins. Its far more modern, and has a lot going for it, especially with it being so open. I still keep my Symbian phone (E63) around, in case I need GSM service, and that it still makes a good music player and has an incredible battery life with it in offline mode (I haven't charged it in a couple weeks and it still has 1/3 battery left). The only thing that my E63 did better than my Android, was video recording. And not necessarily because the camera was better, in fact, it was worse. But my Nokia used .WAV sound instead of .AMR sound, and .WAV is FAR better quality. .WAV sounds about Youtube quality (not great, but okay), and .AMR sounds like listening through a tin can. That seems to be more of a HTC thing though, than a fault with Android itself. Motorola Androids tend to have excellent audio.