The Homescreen on Belle FP1 is similar to Android, including a pull down shade function.
You get quick and easy access to your email, including a small icon that appears in the upper right corner when new email arrives.
Symbian does a great job of supporting customization and as you can see in this screenshot I have setup one screen of folders for all my apps.
The default browser is a bit limited for heavy browsing, but Opera Mobile works well.
I know this may only appeal to a select few, but it is important to me and so I was pleased to find a good Bible option on Symbian.
This is a look inside my Media folder.
If social networking is valuable to you then Gravity is THE social app to purchase.
Microsoft and Nokia have a valuable partnership and you can now get Office on Symbian, including support for Lync.
3rd party developers have stepped up to help get cloud solutions on Symbian.
I prefer to use Skydrive and Dropbox for my cloud solutions and there are apps available for both on Symbian.
You can view, edit, and create Office documents on the 808 PureView.
While the spreadsheet may be small on the display, you can always use microHDMI to project the display to your TV or external monitor.
Notekeeper is a fine alternative that gives you access to Evernote on Symbian.
Nokia Maps is a powerful application and now comes with several modules.