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First screens of Access Linux Platform surface

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
February 16, 2006
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It might not be much, but we've just sighted some of the first screenshots of Access Linux Platform (ALP) from Access PalmSource. The pics seem to show ALP running the Memo app in legacy mode, which means the OS -- which is supposedly shipping to manufacturers by the end of this year -- is finally ready for at least some level of testing. These screens of course don't give us much to go on as far as the purported GTK-based interface present in the core OS, but the presence of the OS on a Haier phone does match up with what we've been predicting about the Asian focus for ALP.

[Via PalmAddicts]



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