Windows Phone 7 Series Startup Animations
The nice thing about new versions of mobile operating systems that are soon to be released is that users don’t want to wait, and start emulating parts of the soon to be available OS.
User [ElCondor] already had a nice collection of start-up animations, and now he has also added a new Windows Phone 7 Series start-up animation in VGA & WVGA resolutions.
Originally posted by [ElCondor]
Warning: These animations are pretty big! WVGA is ~400 KB, I can make it smaller but quality reduces if I do that. As you can see I like clean design!
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