HTC is getting ready to start updating all of their high end flagship smartphones from last year with some new goodies. All the neat improvements and features from Sense UI 5 on the HTC One like BlinkFeed and Zoe are headed to the HTC One X+. We're seeing the update arrive in Asia, and it has also leaked in a few other forms as well.
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HTC Butterfly smartphone. Multiple reports have arrived this week that HTC has begun updating the handset to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, along with Sense UI 5.0 with Blinkfeed and all. Well, at least the models in Taiwan have received the update, and hopefully others follow suite.
DROID DNA talk has been focused on the topic of the HTC One. Specifically, as to whether or not the HTC One is coming to Verizon Wireless as the replacement for the now six-month old DROID DNA. Assuming you are a Verizon user that is eligible, or close to being eligible for an upgrade, those talks were probably what you wanted to hear. On the flip side though, there are plenty of DROID DNA users that are going to be tied to an agreement for quite a bit longer and that group is most likely thinking of updates.
HTC haven't been what we'd consider the best in that regard. However, some new details are surfacing this week suggesting they'll be working hard to improve in that area. First up their popular HTC One X which recently got 4.1 Jelly Bean, will apparently get the latest and greatest in June.
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 M7 earlier in the month and it looks like a bit more information has since been revealed. This latest round of details confirms some of those earlier bits and includes quite a bit more. And while we cannot say these details are official as they did not come direct from HTC, they have come by way of a reliable source.