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Nexus One 3D aspects in App menu

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Doit2it, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Doit2it

    Doit2it Well-Known Member
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    A few articles have mentioned a use of 3D in the Apps menu. I'm not sure if anyone has described this further than that but I believe it is shown in the photo below. If you look above the 4 icons you see 4 rows if icons going off into the distance (ie - Star Wars opening scroll style). Now I'm not sure if the icons will drop or roll down/up one line at a time when scrolling (cool), or if it will be a cube like the Samsung Behold II (blech). Not sure if this has been show/explained, just thought I'd share my observation/theory.

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  2. TheNorthernForest

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    Off topic: OMG, I just noticed Google Goggles App in the top, left-hand corner. Awesome!

    BTT: The 3D Aspect should be pretty sick, based on what I've seen so far. However, I'd love to see a video of this awesomeness in action. :cool:
     
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    You do realize Goggles is already out, right?
     
  4. Doit2it

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    Sweet, they roll! Look at the bottom of the image below to see the Apps menu in mid transition. Yea, I get excited of the littlest of things.

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    Yeah.
    That's a pretty interesting animation effect that will make this phone different from a lot of Android Powered Devices. Can't wait for more info on Nexus, though!
     
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