T-Mobile myTouch Slide's Sense UI gets previewed

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T-Mobile myTouch Slide's Sense UI gets previewed
Some may think that HTC's choice of design with the upcoming T-Mobile myTouch Slide may not exude the high-end premium feel, but it has something special under the hood to substantially differentiate it thanks to the newest Expresso Sense UI. Running on top of Android 2.1, the T-Mobile myTouch Slide will sport something different with the usual Sense UI we've been seeing – base on the screenshots, it'll undoubtedly have some eye candy to go along its variation. Luckily T-Mobile customers can look forward to having a slight departure from the usual mix of Android phones running Sense. You can check out the gallery and judge for yourself if this may have an impact on which Android device T-Mobile customers should sway with.

T-Mobile myTouch Slide Preliminary Specifications

source: TmoNews



1. tokuzumi

Posts: 2004; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

I'd like to see what it looks like in landscape. And get rid of those horrible halos around the icons. I also wonder why there are only 5 home screens. Typical sense has 7.

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

I agree to u with the poor icon halos. Without these halos, it could have been 5x5 shortcuts instead of the 4x4 showing here.

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