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VIDEOVIEW: HTC TouchFLO Touch Screen Experience [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 05.06.07 - 13:40:39 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 103961x
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Following HTC's earlier HTC Touch announcement and the introduction of TouchFlo, here we go with an exclusive video walkthrough which shows it better what TouchFlo is and can provide. TouchFlo is definitely groundbreaking for Windows Mobile devices since it offers a new and unique way of controlling touch screen-based devices by recognizing and responding to the sweep of a finger across the screen. TouchFLO, the new underlying touch screen technology developed by HTC allows consumers to simply sweep their finger up the display to launch an animated, three-dimensional interface comprising three screens: Contacts, Media and Applications.

The interface can be spun by swiping a finger right or left across the display, providing efficient access to the features consumers use most. TouchFLO also enhances finger touch scrolling and browsing of Web pages, documents, messages and contact lists.

TouchFLO in Action:

Contacts and Internet Explorer Mobile Navigation:

More videos to come soon - stay tuned and bookmark the site or subscribe the RSS feed.

UPDATE: I got some feedback and questions regarding the responsibility of the screen. Please note, that normally the device is used with the thumb but for a better video recording, I've used the forefinger in the videos above. If you use the thumb, the screen is way more responsive because you have a better pressure point/angle.

Cheers ~ Arne


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