A Swiss site
and an HTC fan blog
, provide respectively images and download of the TouchFlo 2 Manila and MSMobiles.com
lets us see it all on video.
The Manila images are beautiful and the interface looks very nice and much improved, hopefully, it will deliver a better user experience and more options to our beloved HTCs. MSMobiles.com has a video confirming the images are not a hoax. Watching it, you’ll see how slow the program is (running on a 500MHz processor). As MSMobiles.com suggests it might be due to the need of hardware acceleration (upgrade). The fact that Manila requires a VGA screen, gives us a hint, that HTC is going to offer such devices in future, in answer to Eten.
If you want to try it on your own you can get it here, but as the HTC Insider says, the version for download is intended for the "hacker types" since it is "unlikely to run on your device out of the box".