It is a known fact that for touch screens it is important for buttons to be wide, to be easily clickable.
But from my observation, Nokia phones have a different method for this issue. Menus are still like the PC based menus and predominantly drop-down types which are not very wide (or convenient for selection).
The rightmost image here shows the current state of browser menu on Nokia phones
http://cache.techie-buzz.com/images/...ni_browser.jpg

Here is how it is dealt in Android
http://www.theiphoneblog.com/images/...nu_options.jpg

This UI is not only on browser but also on all major menu interactions in Symbian. This type of UI seems perfect for keypad phones but is not so efficient for touch-only phones.

My question is -> Why has this change been taken up even in Symbian^3 ? have Nokia users got used to this form of menu interactions ?