After noticing my usage habits over the past couple of years since I switched from an E71 to Android phones, I've noticed that most of what I do is messaging related(sms, email, Facebook, Twitter, etc) with very little web browsing, so I'm thinking about going back to a QWERTY Nokia(I still consider the E71 the best phone ever) in the form of the E6. I know that Symbian is probably a dead end platform, but there's a still a little bit of life left hopefully to last until either RIM gets its act together or someone really does a portrait (BB/E71 form factor) QWERTY Android phone right.
That being said, it's been a couple years since I had my E71 and even back then the old S60 was getting long in the tooth. How have the updates to Symbian come along? Will it be a total blast from the blast coming from Android, or does it seem pretty modern these days?
The real area of concern I have is that I am pretty dependent on Google Voice. I use the GV app for all of my SMS needs, but it appears that Google only supports Symbian via the mobile web site. Is there a decent third party Google Voice apps that handles voice mail and SMS well? I also use GrooveIP when I'm on WiFi to save my minutes. Is there a similar option that's popular Symbian(initial app cost like GrooveIP is fine, but not monthly)?
I believe i will still choose Android phone. We have ti change our habits cus the times are changing, too.