The closer we get to Mobile World Congress which is happening next month, the more and more leaks of devices and software we’re seeing. This time around we’ve got screen shots of HTC Sense 5 running on the Droid DNA. The software itself was ported over from the soon-to-be-announced HTC M7, and gives us a glimpse of what we’re going to see running on it.
As you can see above (and in the shots below), HTC have completely redesigned their app icons with a more colour than we’ve previously seen, and more playful and cartoon-ish than the realistic kind of icons HTC have used before. We can also expect to see most of the apps being redesigned from the ground up to give a more complete, polished feel to the OS.
What do you guys think of it? It’s certainly not stock Android, but if it’s more lightweight than what Sense currently is, then HTC just might be onto something.. maybe.
Last modified on 22 January 2013 2:20 pm