File under: Whoa, completely forgot about that...
Last February, we got a gander at SPB's Mobile Shell 5.0 and then
Well, today that's changed as SPB has finally re-announced the extremely popular UI replacement for Windows Mobile (and Android and Symbian...wait, whuh?)
Some of the key features mentioned are
- The first complete 3D mobile phone interface, offering an extremely fast and natural user experience. User interactions become much more intuitive in a real 3D environment.
- Single place to access all smartphone features: combining traditional widget based homescreen and application launcher via stunning 3D homescreen.
- Fast switching between screens with a single gesture.
There's no date on when you can buy it and unfortunately, SPB seems to be aiming at OEMs and carriers as their #1 customers. Lets hope they didn't cut our the end-user! Stay tuned...and check out that swipe at HTC Sense in the video. Hello!
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