HTC Leo shows off TouchFLO 3D heaven on video

HTC Leo shows off TouchFLO 3D heaven on video
The more you get a look at the HTC Leo, the more you want this device in the palm of your hand. A new video gives a tour of the TouchFLO 3D UI and it has never looked so responsive. Leo's 4.3 inch capacitive touchscreen allows HTC to fit more data on the home screen and once again the multitouch support looks fantastic. The video shows off the phone's geotagging function on photographs. A single tap on a picture flips the photo around to the "back" of the snapshot to reveal more info about the picture, similar to what a baseball fan would do to a bubble-gum card of a favorite player. As good as the Touch Pro2, the Touch Diamond2 and the Imagio look, HTC has really taken things to the next level with Leo and you can't help watching the end of the video wanting to see more.

HTC Leo Preliminary Specifications

source: ai.rs


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2 Comments

1. lennydude

Posts: 23; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

OMG............... Talk about frustration! Such an awesome piece and some guy spends 10 minutes fumbling around with it! You would think he could spend some time with the phone and become familiar with it so he could show us what it does/has BEFORE he makes a video! Took the dud over 9 minutes to even look at the messaging and then never even showed if it could do landscape texting. Looks like a great piece, sure wish someone else could preview it for us!!

2. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

I didn't think it was very responsive at all. Sure the multi-touch worked pretty well, but you can clearly see several instances where he presses on the screen and nothing happens. It's almost like the screen decided to act like a resistive and required some pressure.

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