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Friday, 22 June 2007 18:20

iPhone UI vs, SonyEricsson W960 UI

Written by Fudzilla staff
Image vs.Image

Touchscreen or scroll wheel, it's up to You(tube)

 

One week to launch and you can already smell the iPhone.

But after all the FUD 'n' specs, fakes and fake ads, you might want to take a sneak peek at its UI, check out this video. It's just one of dozens on YouTube, and I guess many of you have seen them. But, as usual, there's a twist.

If you feel the iPhone is getting too much publicity, you might also want to take a look at its nemesis, the Sony Ericsson W960 in action, here. Although recently announced, it was already dwarfed by the iPhone hype. Probably unfairly and it shouldn't be underestimated. This is one of the first W960 UI videos to appear.

In the end we have two quite different UI concepts facing off against each other. An ingenious keyboardless stain loving touchscreen and a more or less standard phone with Sony's famed scroll wheel and an everyday keyboard.

We hope we've made your decision even harder. Personally, I wouldn't mind having either of them, and you should be well off no matter which one you choose.

Last modified on Friday, 22 June 2007 19:29
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