Innovation has always been on the deck for HTC's suite of Windows Mobile devices, and one can't help but remember their very first touch with the HTC Touch and its TouchFlo interface. Bringing us forward to the year 2008, consumers will have their fingers full (in the literal sense) with HTC's next generation touch interface, the HTC TouchFlo 3D, presented on their latest Windows Mobile 6.1 device, the HTC Touch Diamond.
To say the least, the Diamond's appeal lies in its TouchFlo 3D, which sets itself to be a strong contender in the touch technology market. Speaking to the media during the HTC Touch Diamond's official launch in the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, John Wang, Chief Marketing Officer, HTC, showcased the company's vision and roadmap in the touch arena, which started off with the development of the first generation TouchFlo interface almost 3 years ago.
Believing that touch technology is the next big thing on the innovation front, HTC envisions a future where human interactivity with their devices will be an intuitive affair. In their conceptualization of its latest TouchFlo 3D interface, Mr. Wang takes a few analogies to showcase how the TouchFlo 3D was built to enrich and enhance your daily life, to the next evolution of the mobile internet for the consumer.