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HTC makes sense out of Sense

On top of building phones that continue to increase in sophistication, HTC also has continued to evolve its custom OS skin. We're all used to TouchFLO and TouchFLO3D on Windows Mobile. Android now has the Sense UI, and it's coming to WinMo on the HTC HD2. Above, a presentation from HTC that shows Sense in great detail, and hopefully what we can expect on more Windows phones in the future. [via Mobile Tech Addicts]

And speaking of Sense, be sure to check out Android Central's review of the HTC Hero and its implementation of Sense.

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4 Comments
  • Great strategy from a great partner - go HTC! make our lives easier. I am all in favor of screen mashups with real data not just icons.
  • Very cool stuff. Wondering now if there are any hardware limitations that would stop HTC from offering this to carriers to replace TouchFlo 3D on devices like the TP2 when the WM 6.5 update is released? I suppose carriers would be loathe to have to rewrite their user guides, so I guess it's not gonna happen. XDA will do it, of course. :)
  • Not very often you encounter something unique that makes you say AHA!!! After seen dozens of videos showing SENSE UI, I've come to the conclusion that all those reviewers just showed me parts. They missed the AHA!!! Thanks for getting this video.
  • awesome insight. i love where htc is going and their concepts still have lots of room for growth. bravo htc, bravo!!