orb3000 · Aug 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Theme HTC1 Concept for Throttle Launcher

New themes are always welcomed by our community. In this case, XDA member Danni3 presents this well designed new theme for Windows Mobile devices.
For those bored with Sense, this new theme is based on the HTC1 concept by Andrew Kim.
Working on WVGA and WQVGA resolution devices running 6.5 and up, this project is on early development so expect some bugs and if you like it please leave feedback to developer.

Originally posted by Danni3
[PRJ] [THEME][Throttle Launcher] HTC1 Theme [WQVGA/WVGA]

HTC1 Theme

I know most of you probably won’t leave htc sense or w/e you’re running for this but I might as well post my current project for feedback and tips

based on the HTC1 concept by Andrew Kim:

http://designfabulous.blogspot.com/2010/07/htc-1.html

Recommended:

  • Qualcomm 7200 or higher
  • WVGA screen

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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