More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Theme – Purity for Sense for Windows Mobile
Probably one of the most colorful original themes for your Windows mobile. This theme, known as Purity by XDA member Lunie is a good option if you are one of the WM lovers around and use s2u2. Working only for Cookie Home Tab 2.0 with Windows Mobile 6.5 and up for WVGA resolutions and sense build 2016 and superior. No doubt a good option to have in mind if you are looking for an original high quality theme.
Originally posted by Lunie
[THEME] Purity 0.8 for Sense 2.5 + CHT 2.0 |♥Download♥|*fix* (2/12)
This theme requires CHT 2.0/Windows Mobile 6.5.(x) WVGA only!/s2u2 and sense build 2016+
My theme for windows mobile releasing it on DeviantArt.
The theme is based on a bunch of things i’ve seen on the internet. It’s basically a cleaner, more vibrant version of sense. Though it’s colors are very limiting I was somehow able to manage it to stay high quality w/o reducing it’s form.
Enjoy the preview releasing it today for Sense. =)
SkyDX: for creating the sun & support.
rat_2665@xda: for helping me with the digital widget
poyensa: for all his work and creating a widget for me
Beta testers: CFB, Sorcerika, glostix, mavigrrl, ezzie, BHS Interceptor
and thanks for XDA community =)
Donations are appreciated but you don’t have to I can buy my own things blah blah……maybe donate for ramen? =’D
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