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  1. TxAggieMichael

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    Like the colored trackball on the Nexus One? If so, will it be the center of the trackpad?
     

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    Nope it has an optical pad so it will have a separate light indicator
     
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    Would be nice to know if the LED supported multiple colors like the Droid does (e.g. I use blue for SMS/MMS, purple for GTalk, etc). I'm doubting it will though.
     
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    According to the leaked User Guide, the phone will have an LED indicator on the top right of the phone. It will show at minimum two colors:

    - Solid green light when the phone is connected to the power adapter or a computer and the battery is fully charged.
    - Flashing green light when you have a pending notification.
    - Solid red light when the battery is being charged.
    - Flashing red light when the battery level reaches very low.

    I doubt it will have more colors than that, but we shall wait and see!
     
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    I find it hard to believe that my outdated blackberry storm can show any color of the rainbow (0,0,0 - 255,255,255 of R,G,B) while this brand spanking new HTC superphone only has 2 colors??? Doesn't seem like HTC...
     
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    Maybe red and green are just the default ones and you can change them if you want?
     
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    its a LED. You can change the color by just changing the RGB ratios which a program could easily do
     
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    If its an RGB LED sure. They also make bicolor.
     

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