HTC’s Sense UI has been much lauded by customers and the media, even if it has gotten a bit out of hand with the past few updates. Over the years, various changes and feature additions have been made, including integration with HTCSense.com, a service tailored specifically …
What started out a custom skin for Android phones back in 2009 has evolved into a user experience that, ultimately, will not be confined to handsets. HTC’s Head of User Experience, Drew Bamford, was recently interviewed by Forbes where he outlined the future of Sense as a platform.
HTC’s official YouTube account recently posted a handful of clips based on last week’s big London announcement. Watch the first clip to get a real sense (see what we did there?) for what makes the Desire HD so awesome. If you think this is just a simple successor, you couldn’t be more wrong.
HTC pulled the curtain back on a pair of new phones today, however that’s not all they were doing. The once quietly brilliant handset maker is making noise today with announcements of a new website and service for devices running Sense UI. Not yet open …
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