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This is a pretty neat video of not only the Windows Phone 7 lock screen for Android, which is being worked on by the guys at WP7Android, but they have managed to build a Windows 8 live tile look (opens in new tab) too with Desktop Visualizer and ADW EX on a Galaxy tablet, running Honeycomb 3.1. Apart from the stock Android style clock and icons on the bottom left (which I cannot stand personally) what they've managed to achieve with the tiles is really impressive.

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

9 Comments
  • That's more like a phone put on a tab!!!! That's not a windows 8..the Moto zoom is just not right...
  • The problem is this is only skin deep. Skins are Androids biggest weakness. There is no design theme that runs throughout the Android phones/tablets. That's why Google is trying to get more control of Android.
  • Nothing impressive about copying other people's work.
  • half assed attempt. couldnt even get the colors right.
  • It's funny to see everybody starting to copy Microsoft, not the other way round...
  • that should not be legal to copy the UI that has not even come out yet ..More Dirty pool by google people..
  • even if you put lipstick on a pig it's still a pig.....
  • No offense to the poster but I got to say that looks pretty lame. Actually, it looks and behaves a lot like the crappy android tablets perform now. Looks a lot like some motoblur skin.
  • there is a reason why people buy Rolex, not the fake chinese Rolex. If you want windows 8, buy windows 8 devices. If you want ios, buy an iphone. If you want Android, buy android phones.