HTC Sense UI

HTC Thunderbolt Download 30+ Skins for Sense UI 2.0

So everyone has started to get their new and awesome HTC Thunderbolts over the last week or so. I'm sure you all love it. For those like me that always want to tinker, or change how things look we have a little treat for you. A XDA member by the name of sopL87 has made a huge collection of unique and nice looking skins for your Sense 2.0 device. They work on the Thunderbolt as well as the Desire HD and basically any Sense 2.0 device. Here are a few of my favorite.

EVO 3D and EVO View 4G Specs leaked

Specs for the HTC Evo 3D and Evo View 4G have been leaked before their much hyped unveiling at CTIA. The EVO 4G will run the 1.2 Ghz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, have a 4.3" qHD 3D display, dual rear facing 5 MP camera for recording full 1080p HD video, and a 1.3 MP front facing chat camera for video chat. The Evo 3D will support 4G/WiMax and will have a beefy 1730 mAh battery. The autostereoscopic 3D display will show images at 860 x 540 but will output 1080p via HDMI out, 720p for 3D video.

HTC Vision/G2 gets some Sense UI Gingerbread Love

As more and more phones get some tasty Gingerbread, Rom developers are busy doing everything they can to make sure everyone gets a taste. Over at VillainROM forums a dev by the name of HomerSp has put together some SenseGinger for all you HTC Vision owners, (aka the Desire Z or T-Mobile G2). This is a purely stock ROM of Gingerbread, with HTC's Sense UI both at the same time. HomerSp and VillainRom's are proud to present the first Sense UI Gingerbread ROM for the Vision.

HTC ThunderBolt for Verizon Announced at CES 2011

There were plenty of leaks, but the Verizon-branded HTC ThunderBolt is now official, thanks to the wireless carrier's announcement of the device at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The device is exactly what we've expected it to be, and it will indeed be a 4G-enabled device.

HTC Inspire 4G Bringing 1Ghz Processor and New Sense UI to AT&T

While HTC's new Sense User Interface (UI) may not be all that new for devices in Europe, it's still a novelty that most Sense users in the United States are waiting patiently for. Thankfully, it looks like HTC is ready to showcase the new proprietary UI, plus the new features, in this neck of the woods. They're unveiling the software with the HTC Inspire 4G, which is set to launch on AT&T in the coming weeks.

HTC EVO Shift 4G Poses for Photo, Loses the Protective Case

So far, the HTC EVO Shift 4G has been seen only in canned images. While the device itself isn't official, from either Sprint or HTC, by now we're just counting down the days until either company does make the device in question, a smaller variation of the original HTC EVO 4G, the real deal. In this photo, we see that the device does indeed have a smaller form factor than its predecessor, along with a unmistakable chrome bezel.

HTC EVO 4G for Sprint Available in White Outside Best Buy

We know it's Monday, so hopefully you've been looking forward to some really good news. That is, if you've been eagerly anticipating the full retail release of the white variation of the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint. The device has been available for a little while now, but it's been only available as an exclusive release from Best Buy Mobile, and some people just don't like to get their phones there. So, Sprint has officially announced that the device will be made available in other locations, just in time for the holidays.

HTC Desire Z Unboxed by SlashGear [Video]

During an HTC event not too long ago, the company showed off their upcoming Android-based smartphones. The pair of devices, the Desire HD and the Desire Z, have their set of features that make them differ from one another, such as their physical attributes, but they've got one big feature that ties them together: the new Sense UI. So, if you've been waiting to see how the Desire Z looks out of the box, check out the full unboxing and hands-on preview of the device that SlashGear put together.

HTC Desire HD Reviewed by SlashGear

So, you've just read that the HTC Desire HD is heading down under, and you're curious if you should make it your next phone. SlashGear is here to help you out, and they've not only managed to spend some time with the device and put it through its paces, but they managed to write everything down, and give a thorough (as usual) review of the next best Sense-equipped smartphone from HTC.
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