Chinese bloggers have posted photos that are rumoured to depict what the Lenovo oPhone's operating system looks like. Apparently, much like their moniker, the oPhone OS also has that slight Apple-y touch.
Rounded square icons against a black background? It's like they're not even trying to differentiate themselves. Also iPhone like - you slide your finger across the screen to move to the next page of apps.
As a play on their name, the pointer icon is in the shape of an "o." Cute, though it looks like there might be some freezing problems in the initial OS build - check out that shadow in the bottom left corner.
There's an included tab for a customisable list that will give you quick access to your favourite programs. It kind of looks like the iPhone's iTunes page to me.
And this is what it looks like when you bring up the call screen. The numerals are nice, big and bold.
Quite honestly, I'm hoping this doesn't turn out to be the oPhone's final OS design. I was looking forward to getting something that had iPhone-like capabilities, but better—not something that's just more of the same (with a few added specs tacked on). If I wanted an iPhone copycat, I'd just buy a Meizu. [I love oPhone]