Tuesday , October 24 2017

This quick video of HTC Sense 3.5 shows that Sense UI can never be too over the top

Just when I thought HTC Sense 3.0 on the HTC Sensation was the most over-the-top it could ever be, I have been proven wrong. This video (after the break) show that HTC are looking to expand upon the lockscreen interactivity with a clock that responds to touch inputs just liking you’re hitting it.

There’s also a lot of stuff we’ve already seen on the Sensation such as the scrolling on the home screen and other wonderful visually appealing goodness. The software is running on the HTC Bliss which is a device we know almost nothing about. Maybe we’ll see it launched at IFA in the coming days. Check out the video after the break and let us know what you think in the comments.

 
Source: Gizmodo.

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Anonymous
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That “clock that responds to touch” is already in Sense 3.0; and the Source article itself says there is nothing new here:

“HTC Sense UI [has] … only a few tweaks around the edges … it’s tough to see much else that HTC’s changed in this particular upgrade.” – Gizmodo

Ted Mosby
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I have the Sensation and love it. Battery life could be better, but you get that.

James
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James

I have the Sensation too and the first thing I did was install ADW Launcher…… Sense is so unmodable that it becomes useless!

Mallardious Monk
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Rumour is that the Bliss is the “woman” phone.  As though somehow women need special phones that are pink and stuff.  GSMArena have some info on it here:  http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_bliss_poses_for_a_couple_of_live_shots_not_blurry-news-3043.php

It kind of looks a bit like a slight variation on the Desire S, but with the newer Sense.  The bigger news (in my opinion, anyway) is that they’ve taken all the extra bits of pretty from Sense 3.0 and made it run acceptably on a single-core handset, even when it’s running at a relatively-slow 800MHz.

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