[quote author="VCsala" date="1293386701"]I agree with you, this is the reason I said it is twofold. I usually like to have well designed interface for my applications and I am not so happy to change the appearance according to the current theme. On the other hand as a regular phone user I expect my applications to follow my selected theme. So it is not an easy design question, for sure.[/quote]
Yes you were also right. But what I think it is more important that you keep the default behavior of the operating system in tact, what I mean with this is for example leave the Options and Back or Exit menu there, because Symbian users will expect that, also you must leave the clock and application title in place where they are. In other hand when you are designing and building an Android application, you should leave the basic platform features there, for example back button closes your application, menu button pops up the menu etc.
Here I am showing you one of my recent ready to be released application and see what I mean:
You can see the basic Symbian functionality isn't missing there, but I've created my own general application look and feel.