Samsung To Expand Use of Flash As UI
Jun 3, 2005, 2:07 PM by (staff)
At the World Handset Forum in Shanghai, Samsung announced they would expand their use of Macromedia Flash as the user interface (UI) for phones. Earlier this year, the manufacturer launched the SCH-S260 in Korea, it is the company's first phone with a UI built in Flash. Flash UIs allow companies to build more graphically rich menus, the look and feel of which can be totally changed just by downloading a new file. Samsung said they will now build GSM phones with the Flash UI for markets outside of Korea.
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Now THAT's going to be something interesting.........
For those who do not know, Flash is VERY powerful. Not to mention it's very ... well... "Flashy". It's going to be great for animated menus. Plus, flash is actually pretty easy to program..... well, it's easy to ani
Yet another Samsung innovation