Windows Mobile honeycomb menu
The biggest overhaul to Windows Mobile is the "honeycomb" menu screen. It contains all the apps you regularly use. Each application has its own segment, and their arrangement is completely up to you.
Flicking the screen up or down scrolls through more of the honeycomb, revealing additional applications. It's not like the iPhone, where you use multiple pages of apps. Rather, it's one long page you cycle round and round to get to the app you're after. It works really well, and it's a genuine breath of fresh air for WinMo.
The animation of the scrolling page wasn't as super-smooth as menu transitions are on the iPhone, but this is still early days and neither the software nor the phone it was demonstrated on are out for months. We'll cut it some slack.
February 17, 2009 5:21 PM PST
Photo by: Crave UK
| Caption by: Nate Lanxon
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