So you’ve been looking at the screenshots of the new Symbian^3 and wondering when it’s coming out on a device. Well it’s expected soon now. But just to add to your excitement a bit, we’ve got a video from the Nokia people demoing the new UI. Take a look!

What do you think? Let us know!

Update: Symbian^3 is completely Open Source.

Nokia Conversations mentions the following about the new Symbian^3

This release features a wide range of enhancements including more advanced usability, faster networking and graphics acceleration in 2D and 3D for games and apps. The first devices running the new platform are expected to ship as early as Q3 this year.

Along with more efficient memory management, allowing more apps to run in parallel, Symbian^3 also includes support for HDMI, so users can plug their device into a TV and watch a 1080p movie. The new graphics architecture will use hardware acceleration to offer users a much improved user interface.The new homescreen supports multiple pages for widgets, enabling the user to just flick between each one. Across the board we’ll also see a range of network improvements, including the ability to automatically switch from cell network to WLAN automatically, without user interruption. The platform is also ready for 4G networks.