HTC’s new Sense gets an official Closer Look
Just last week the world was introduced to the Desire HD and the Desire Z from HTC. The two phones were the center pieces at the “Desire” event that HTC held in London. Also making a grand appearance into this event was the refresh or update to HTC’s UI Sense. While HTC insisted that Sense is no longer a UI or skin, the updates are surely impressive to the new “service”
Shortly after some screen shots of the new Senses from the Desire HD surfaced to the internet, HTC made something’s official with a little leak of their own. The video below is a epic compilation of what the new Sense will offer. HTC’s new Sense now has its own website at HTCSense.com however; it is unfortunately not available at the time.
The video issued by HTC shows off some of the major features of the Desire HD. Showing off its single piece of aluminum crafting and goes into further detail. Showing off the 4.3 “high res display” as well as delving into the devices 8MP camera and 720p video recording capabilities the video goes on to show off the Desire HD’s browser and at the same time poking a little fun at the Flash less iOS products, stating “what fun is the web when Flash games and videos are out of bounds”, further stating that “on the HTC Desire HD you get a complete internet experience, with Adobe Flash”.
So check it out below, as the video goes on to show off what HTCSense.Com will bring to the world, essentially dropping the “skin” or UI moniker and offering up some real interactive features to the smart phone. Think all these features will be a big selling point? Most of these features can be found in one form or the other on the Android market place, but will it feel better coming from the manufacturer?sense, Android, desire hd, desire, desireZ