Gingerbread : Sexy Shutdown

| October 21, 2010 | Reply

Alright sure it isn’t much of a sneak peak and the validation of it being real is hard to come by but we do know this is the same user that gave us the pictures of Gingerbread blurred up. (no not you Motorola) This video is showing off the shutdown animation that emulates an old tube television. One thing is for sure is that many Android fans that are geeks are becoming giddy as we speak. Alright sure it is a small rumored thing but that is what we “geeks” cling on through the night while hacking away. Who knows this could be something we will see in the upcoming Android OS since they were talking about doing more cosmetic changes for improvements. What do you think about this shutdown animation? Is it a good view on things to come? Do you think it really matters? Shout out below in the comments!

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