So according to those values, the contacts did give leave that eye around -1.75D myopic (the value at the spectacle plane isn't much different).
Refractions aren't exact, and can fluctuate throughout the day and I don't know if your glasses RX wasn't from this optometrist but your doctor perhaps, so I'm suspecting the optometrist gave you -1.5D monovision according to his measurements when you got them.
At near my vision was already about 20/25 (but fluctuating a bit it had seemed better earlier that day).
Given its improvement since then I'd guess its likely 20/20 or so, I can read the small print on my eye drop bottles for instance.
I'd posted before asking for information about lens options before surgery, but thought I'd start a new thread now that I've gotten the lens where perhaps others can add their results as well with the Symfony lens.
Again the level of near vision you have will be more than with a monofocal IOL since even your distance eye can focus a bit near still at your age.
I had originally only planned on having 1 eye done (since the other was 20/20 correctible still), but when the patch came off the next day I discovered it might be hard to adapt to the difference in vision between the two eyes even with a contact lens in the other eye.
I might have quickly adapted if I'd taken the time, but I decided I didn't want to risk it, so I had the 2nd eye operated on a few hours later.
The other thing the Symfony does is to correct for "chromatic aberration", an issue which is discussed in this industry publication which quotes one prominent surgeon noting: Cataract surgery with an IOL with an Abbe number greater than that of the natural lens (47) can improve CA, so that our cataract patients could actually experience better vision quality than they did as young adults.
" Although the Symfony uses a high Abbe material (I'm assuming its the same Tecnis material that article lists as having a 55 Abbe), it also has other features to to correct for CA to improve image quality.