Nokia might have moved onto Windows Phone as their main OS of choice, but that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten about their faithful Symbian users. They will continue to support Symbian for a few more years, and still have Symbian handsets planned for release. There are OS updates too (well, Symbian Anna devices need to get updated to Belle).
They would like to have you over at the Windows Phone side though. Both the phones unveiled at Nokia World, the Lumia 710 and the Lumia 800 have 3.7″ displays and 1.4GHz processors. The Metro UI of Windows Phone is slick and easy to use.
To that end, Nokia have launched the Lumia 800 app for Symbian Devices. Download it on your Symbian Device and test drive the Lumia 800. Download it from the Nokia Store, here.
Edit: It’s available for a few Symbian Devices only. Thanks, @hussainweb for pointing that out.