Jan 10th, 2013

While Chameleon for Android tablets has captured our attention well enough, Teknision — the developers behind this interesting home-screen replacement — feels like phones deserve a bit of love too. The launcher makes use of every inch of screen real estate through the use of information-filled widgets and a great degree of customization and flexibility.

The developers have finally shown the phone version off on video, giving us a glimpse of the experience as it would be on a Nexus 4 and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. Things feel largely the same compared to tablets, albeit a bit compressed to make up for the relative lack of screen real estate. The experience looks just as smooth as it always has so there’s not much to worry about.

On top of it all, some new folder management features have been added to the experience for both phones and tablets, so even if you already have Chameleon on your tablet you’ll want to watch the entire video to see all the new goods. Fast forward to about the 1:50 mark if you only care about what it looks like on the smaller slate a phone provides.

[via Chameleon]