Anything new with Symbian is like as stupid as anything could be. Symbian is dead. What's the point of technology when it's on a stupid OS.
Some years ago, Toyota did a researched and after spending millions, it created an engine made out of clay (instead of metal). It was the most efficient engine and it was an extraordinary achievement in technology because normal clay engine will simply crack due to heat. So after decades, do you see any commercial cars with clay engine? My point is that achieving a technology and it's practical needs are two different things. We can fit a huge rocket on our car (like Mythbusters did) but it won't help us in traffic jams of Pakistan. It will be technology achievement to fit a huge rocket on my car but for what?
If I want a good digital camera, I'll go and buy a professional DSLR camera that will give incredible results. And I don't want my camera to use as mobile and have stupid and dead Symbian OS.
Nokia is dieing, they are laying off their employees. They have already closed all manufacturing in Europe (now manufacture only in China). Nokia is now trying to put these marketing gimmicks to attract some attention. But their 15 minutes fame time for large camera phone is over and people will shift their focus to other phones that really help people, not sh!ty Symbian.