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New Bada UI screens look new-agey yet familiar

Tim Stevens
12.22.09
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Okay, so HTC doesn't own exclusive rights to create a flip-clock displays on phones, but the style is something of a hallmark of Sense UI and now here one is in Samsung's Bada platform -- though seemingly tucked away in the date setting window. That's just one of a set of new screens uncovered at Samsung Hub showing off a media player that loves to show off album art and to truncate artist names, a photo browser full of delicious stock imagery, and that very familiar looking home screen to the left above. Things really don't look bad at all, but we're still having a hard time getting excited about this one.

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