It's rather hard to justify just one niche device when you already have a laptop that can do the same but (sometimes) more. And my laptop isn't even the latest one, so that makes it harder to choose between a quite niche device and a to buy a new and arguably more versatile device. I already do contemplate of building a desktop as I've been itching to play current games at more than "Low" or minmaxed settings to pass off as "Medium". But as it stands now, my status in Moscow as a non-native foreign student is still undecided in the next 1 year, so lugging the gear back after one year of building it is a stupid thing, including all the stuff I need to take back home to my native country. So while my dear mind-overlords Curiosity and Greed demands for them, Common Sense still won out (disregard the spending on head-fi gear please).
Its the trend that's been on the rise right now that to even contemplate of getting a Nokia Belle device, let alone any older Symbian-based Nokia device, automatically make you a loser and a heretic in the emerging pseudo-religious hobby of smartphones. Personally, as long as you're happy with what you're using, then fine; just don't bother me with your crazy half-religious ravings of "this app is so cool!!!1!" (not to anybody here in particular, let's make that clear). I do see merit in all the current platforms though. Want apps? iOS. Want more choice but don't want to sacrifice apps? Android. Want something new? WP7. Want some torture? Any Symbian-based Nokias. To be honest though, as a moderately long-time user of Symbian OS, the latest iteration Belle is more than good enough for most people. Even at the second last iteration (Symbian Anna) is still less than usable except for long time users, and even that frustrate me a lot. As it stands now though, ecosystem is the game, and I don't see Android winning there any sooner than Apple (almost there) or Microsoft (also almost there IMO).
Besides, even if one were to dismiss the 41MP of the PureView 808 as a gimmick, then read around more than just the American blogosphere. I'm bad at explaining things to people, especially something I don't fully understand myself, but I will try. Suffice it to say, Nokia uses the gigantic imaging sensor, even to the standards of point-and-shoot cameras, to oversample a captured image and combine them to virtually eliminate any trace of noise or something like that.
That came off as a little ranty. But there. And I've seen the best from both Apple and Android can offer: iPhone 4 and SGS2. (Nobody in my circle of friends are crazy enough to drop their iPhone 4 for the 4s. Yet.)