I would like to know what can be done User Interface wise on a Symbian phone. How attractive and graphically appealing can it be made, if at all, and what are the restrictions. In other words, how feature rich can a user interface be, compared to Windows Mobile and iPhone. I am building an application for the iPhone and Windows Mobile and also want to have it running on Symbian phones, but only if the interface can be reasonably graphically appealing and intuitive. The app also needs to store Names and some Settings info. If you can provide me with some information, screens shots, and preferably some form of demo app I could run on a Symbian phone to show off what can be done with controls, that would be ideal. Once I understand the scope and limitation of this environment I can decide how to approach the application. If you are a strong Symbian coder and want the app development job to follow I would be happy to let you have that as well. thanks
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