Published by Rafe Blandford at 19:44 UTC, June 30th 2010
Following on from today's MeeGo Handset UX Day 1 release we have collated some screenshots and a video to show you the look and feel of the user interface. However bear in mind that this is an early release (pre-alpha), is incomplete and is the base from which productised versions (those appearing in commercial devices) will be created. This means any end-user products are likely to look substantially different. Read on to see the video and screenshots.
If you're interested in finding out more about the user interface and its conventions we recommend you read the Handset UI Guidelines, which are available on the meego.com website. These give an excellent insight into how the UI will work - from the type of gestures supported to the details of text entry.
MeeGo Handset UX Video
These screenshots from meego.com give a good idea of what the UI looks like in the MeeGo Handset UX release.
The screenshots below show the Lockscreen and the Homescreen.
The screenshots below show the Dialler and the Browser. The Browser is based on the mobile version of Firefox (Fennec).
The screenshots below show the People (Contacts) and Messages (Messaging) applications.
The screenshots below show the Photos application and the Launcher.
The screenshots below show the Switcher, which is used to switch between applications while multi-tasking.
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