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SNAPPINESS: HTC fine-tune TouchFLO 3D for better performance
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 18.06.08 - 21:17:54 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 32198x
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I've just received some good news from HTC. While the general feedback about TouchFLO 3D was very positive, most of you might have noticed, especially in the videos available on the::unwired and the Internet, that here and there TouchFLO 3D wasn't as responsive as it was expected to be. TouchFLO 3D is a brand-new HTC product and it's not just a Today screen plug-in but it's HTC's new GUI philosophy which is a central key for HTC's upcoming Windows Mobile devices. Nevertheless, TouchFLO 3D, on an HTC Touch Diamond (which is the first smartphone which carries TouchFLO 3D) wasn't - performance-wise - what most of us expected and HTC is fully aware of this and was heavily improving the performance during the past days and weeks.

Therefore, HTC confirmed today that the European HTC Touch Diamond, which went on sale officially just recently, is running a much improved TouchFLO 3D version which is speedier, snappier and more responsive. While I haven't seen an updated HTC Touch Diamond yet, today I had the chance to test an upcoming O2 Xda diamond which was said to carry the latest TouchFLO 3D improvements as well and I can definitely confirm that this device was way faster and snappier after the ROM update then it was before.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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