With Mobile World Congress right around the corner, one of the highlights of the show for HTC fans is the unveiling of Sense 4.0. The company’s proprietary user interface has been around a long time, and there are many people out there who believe that it may becoming long in the tooth. But, that could be changing for the better if Pocketnow‘s early hands-on with the software is anything to go by.
There have been several additions and changes to the new software, especially with features that have been around the longest. Like HTC’s Mail client, for example. A new way to interact with your messages, along with viewing unread or read emails. You will also see a new way to select multiple messages, dropping the age-old check-box. Other features are different and changed, all for the better.
What’s probably the best, though, is the Beats Audio Technology. Right now it only works with the default music player application, but HTC is set to open the plug-in and let third-party applications use the technology. So Pandora users out there can finally use the technology inherent in their phones.
Head on through the source link below to read the full run-down by Pocketnow.