Apr 21 AT 1:36 AM Taylor Wimberly 5 Comments

New screens leak from the myTouch 3G Slide

TmoNews has uploaded a gallery of new screens which were taken from the upcoming myTouch Slide 3G. We already posted some early impressions of T-Mobile’s next phone in the myTouch series, but this is the first time we have gotten a closer look at the new Sense UI codenamed Espresso.

One new feature revealed is myModes which allows the user to create custom desktop themes and easily switch between them. This feature was originally called Scenes on other Sense UI phones, but T-Mobile has done a lot of UI tweaking for this device.

Another program spotted is the new Genius Button app which launches a voice command prompt. Users can call a friend, dictate a text message, search the web, or find directions with the click of a single button.

Hit up the source link for the rest of the pics.

Source: TmoNews

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    I think it looks sticky hot. I like the device,wish hardware was a little better.

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    The left hand screen text rather than icons looks a little Windows Phone 7 to me. I haven’t liked the look of WP7 so far so see how this pans out if it is a kind of Android overlay copy…

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    lol, Call… someone.

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    ew. I just threw up a little in my mouth from looking at those screen shots.

    Just say no to proprietary GUIs

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    Ugh.. thats a pretty wacky GUI overlay.

    I looked at all 20 shots and couldnt figure out what the actual homescreen was.

    Kinda seesm like an Android “jitterbug” phone almost.. it seems so dumbed down.

    I kinda feel like this ruins the whole phone

  1. hot sticky bubble boyGuest 5 years ago

    I think it looks sticky hot. I like the device,wish hardware was a little better.

  2. MartinGuest 5 years ago

    The left hand screen text rather than icons looks a little Windows Phone 7 to me. I haven’t liked the look of WP7 so far so see how this pans out if it is a kind of Android overlay copy…

  3. Luca RyholtGuest 5 years ago

    lol, Call… someone.

  4. ToddGuest 5 years ago

    ew. I just threw up a little in my mouth from looking at those screen shots.

    Just say no to proprietary GUIs

  5. Mobile Porno VidsGuest 5 years ago

    Ugh.. thats a pretty wacky GUI overlay.

    I looked at all 20 shots and couldnt figure out what the actual homescreen was.

    Kinda seesm like an Android “jitterbug” phone almost.. it seems so dumbed down.

    I kinda feel like this ruins the whole phone