Tagged: HTC Sense UI
HTC has announced a rough schedule for its EVO 4G LTE smartphone update. The device, which will be getting upgraded to Android 4.3 by the end of the year, would have gone through three major Android versions, quite a rare feat for a year-old smartphone.
HTC isn't relying on just the larger One to do all the heavy lifting this year, as we now have a smaller sibling, and are still hopeful for the One Max as well. However, today we'll be focusing on the slimmed down and smaller version of their flagship. The HTC One mini.
HTC, the company has confirmed that Sense 5 will be coming for several of the previously released HTC smartphones. In fact, four currently available HTC smartphones will be getting an update that includes Sense 5. Or more specifically, an update that will include at least some of what Sense 5 has to offer. Yes, there will be a catch with the update.
HTC Sense user interface, screen captures for the next version have been leaking. These latest are for Sense 5, which is expected to get an official unveiling alongside the HTC M7 at Mobile World Congress. We have already seen a few images of Sense 5, however this time around, the leak comes courtesy of xda user mdeejay and brings a few additional pics.
HTC One V finally went on sale last week as well as some additional pricing details that were released for the UK. Today we've got one and were able to take it for a quick test drive and enjoy Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and their updated Sense UI experience on a lower end device like the One V. This phone is a good sign that HTC should be able to update most of their older devices. Lets jump in shall we?
HTC's Sense service to back up your phone's data, it might as well be. The HTCSense.com website is receiving a major overhaul soon, and aparently it's big enough that they need to scrap just about everything they've built up so far. That means that on April 30th, all the personal data that HTC has saved for backups and emergencies will be wiped clean.
Sense UI has emerged as one of the more mature and usable options, even garnering its fair share of fans. HTC is expected to reveal the fourth version of Sense with new hardware at Mobile World Congress next month, but PocketNow allegedly got a look at the changes before prime time. They came away impressed, and noted some radical - and in many cases welcome - changes.
Sensation XE that was leaked to the public. Developers have already ported this to the regular HTC Sensation and it seems to be working great. This also gives us our first glace at what to expect with HTC's Sense UI on Ice Cream Sandwich -- more of the same sadly.
HTC Sensation. Combine those together and we have a powerful smartphone that has both the speed, and the looks to impressive most people. With T-Mobiles brand new HSPA+ 42 network speeds and an improved dual-core processor from Qualcomm on board, this surely is one speedy smartphone. Head on down below for all the details, pictures, and hands-on video of the new HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile.