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A Conceptual Redesign of Windows Phone 7

By Brandon Miniman June 21, 2010, 6:49 pm

The interface of Windows Phone 7 is best known by the Start Screen, which consists of a variety of tiles that show you information updated in real time. You also get program shortcuts, plus several system indicators. An XDA user, bfk1, has presented his idea on how the Start Screen should look. As you can see above, each tile is collapsible and has more visual depth. Also, system indicators are located on the top, making it easy to see at a glance if you have a new message, missed call, or how your cellular reception is. What do you think of it?


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