Espresso’s Sense UI Captured on Video

While most of us were putting the finishing touches on wrapping gifts, some lucky fella spent his Christmas Eve playing with the new Espresso build of HTC’s Sense UI on his Hero.  And in the spirit of giving, they decided to record the experience.  While the video is somewhat shaky and jumpy, we still get a sense (see what we did there?) for how HTC has evolved their experience.

CES 2010 is merely days away so we’re hoping to see this in an official capacity soon!

Thanks to all who sent this in to us.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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11 Comments

  1. kirys
    December 28, 03:00 Reply

    I have to admit that i like the original version of sense much more.
    Especially I don’t like the border around the icons and the overall “squared” look the interface has now.
    Cya

  2. eMb
    December 28, 09:38 Reply

    I agree. New menu looks more iPhonish, I preferred the old one

  3. Stijn
    December 28, 12:07 Reply

    My god these buttons look awful. HTC really isn't doing anyone a favour with this 'improvement'. I do hope one of their designers realizes this before they ship the new product.

  4. @BRijpstra
    December 28, 12:44 Reply

    1 (tiny) improvement: the recently opened list in the pulldown bar; handy, better than the long press of the home button.
    But besides that, the bubble-squares are a step in the wrong direction. Hopefully HTC listens to it's customers / web fanbase and will remove the bubbles.

  5. uk786
    December 28, 14:40 Reply

    no bubbles around the icons please HTC!!

  6. @Darkkef
    January 02, 18:51 Reply

    Hmmm common HTC, u so much better than this bubbles¡¡

  7. Andrew
    January 05, 06:02 Reply

    Those silly bubbles over the icons are absolutely hideous… PLEASE someone come to their senses and get rid of them, or I'm afraid I will be ditching Sense

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