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Aestheticism the RK2918 special UI SDK2.0 Show

September 8, 2011 Leave a comment

Several days ago, Rockchip has announced releasing RK2918 special UI SDK2.0, today, the SDK2.0 has showed up. As one Android device vendors, Rockchip have received some market. And along with SDK2.0, many inland tablets will update their Android tablets to elevate value. First, this UI has improved the GPU’s performance observably and support more 3D Games. The span-new interfaces adopt Android 3.0 Framework design, cutting down boot time for 10-20s, new Unlock interface with 360° Slide gently and close design of main interface. The new SDK2.0’s main interface show the shortcut menu with Voice Search on the top left, menu bar on the upper right and various kinds of Popular application. Also the SDK2.0 enhances the ability of loading the online web and flash, and operates more fluently. So far, Cube U9GT and N10 have decide to update their primary UI.

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Which Android Custom UI is your own point?

August 27, 2011 Leave a comment

If you’re in the market for an Android phone, most power users will tell you to go with a stock device if you can manage it. Unfortunately, phones like the Iphone and Samsung are few and far between. More than likely, you’ll be choosing from a pack of phones with a custom user interface. User Interfaces offer a tweaked UI and some added services, but it’s much different experience from one to the next.

Just like the HTC Sense, Motorola’s Blur, Samsung’s TouchWiz and iPad UI, these top android interfaces come down in two camps. The ones that try to do a lot, and the ones that don’t. HTC Sense and TouchWiz are heavier skins that offer a lot of new features. Blur and SE UX are more stripped down. Although, MotoBlur (like on the Atrix) has a more cluttered UI and more background services.

However, you could choose your Android UI with your own points of interest. In China, among the marketplace of Android devices, you may also ask for the Android Custom UI Company. And it’s right; the Eclaxy could provide flexible Custom UI Design.
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