More than a few of you have expressed concern over the HTC One
's backwards compatibility, what with it's three capacitive navigation buttons and lack of a menu button, check this out. Paul "Modaco" O'Brien
has been playing around with the software headed for the HTC One X, One S and One V, and found out how HTC's UI designers have gotten around this limitation: basically, a virtual navigation area springs up on the screen when needed, doubling down on both virtual and capacitive buttons. The Menu button appears centered, and acts just like it did in Gingerbread-based HTC Sense packages.