nqnguyen2 · Jul 20, 2010 at 12:00 am

Apple Killer Splash Screens for EVO 4g

We have all seen HTC versus Apple splash screens but this is unique. XDA member JSZESZE has been creating some new splash screens for us to try out.

One of the designs that is basic but not bland is the apple and colored paint. The font in the title is simple and clean with the usual mirrored reflection underneath. Below the text is an illustration of an apple splashed with colored paint in a modern and stylish fashion, while a black background embraces screen.

Originally posted by JSZESZE

“Here is my newest creation, i was gonna add some more to this but felt it was sufficient as is

requests will be taken and filled when i get time thanks”

JSZESZE is currently taking requests for different colors and styles. Check out the splash screen thread today for some juicy eyecandy.


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