HTC One M7 Verizon and Sprint getting Sense 6 this week
Great news for all of the original One users, as the Sprint and Verizon editions will be getting the “Sixth Sense” update sometime this week, which is the same software introduced on the brand new One M8 last month. Sense 6 brings users a newer color palette, more themes, an updated blinkfeed interface with more sources to choose from, an updated camera interface that’s much simpler, an updated gallery interface and a newer apps tray.
All in all, this updated should bring a more pleasing looks to your One than it already has. If you are skeptical about updating, check out how the new M8 looks or take my word that Sense 6 looks beautiful and is one of the best looking UI’s on any Android phone in my opinion.
I’m really happy with how fast HTC has been with updating phones this past year, and they have even given us a page on their website that shows the status for updates on certain phones. Pretty cool stuff.
AT&T is the last one to be getting the update, but it should be extremely close as the update is in the certification phase.
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