Tag Archives: Sense 4

HTC One S for T-Mobile caught on camera

Well, well, well, what do we have here? It looks like a One S by HTC to us, and that’s exactly what the person on video is telling us it is. The video is pretty quick, clocked in at just over two minutes, but it’s more than enough to get anyone excited to get their hands on this device, when it launches under Magenta’s network soon. So kick back, check… Read more

HTC Velocity for Telstra in Australia reportedly being updated to Ice Cream Sandwich

While Samsung is currently busy pushing the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update out to Galaxy S II devices in Europe and Korea right now, it looks like HTC is starting to sneak in some updates out there in the wild as well. According to a report from Android Community, it looks like lucky owners of the HTC Velocity on Telstra’s network are being notified… Read more

Samsung Nexus S receives Android 4.0 and Sense 4 custom ROM

Right now, as it stands this very minute, Sprint and Google have yet to officially release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Nexus S by Samsung. Yes, there are ports, and yes, there are custom ROMs that probably work just as well as the “official” build will, whenever it’s launched. But, if you’re looking for the real deal, it isn’t quite here yet. And… Read more

HTC’s Sensation line of phones won’t be receiving full Sense 4, instead ‘lite’ 3.6

Well, this is some pretty bad news for owners of any of the phones in HTC’s Sensation lineup. As many of you may know, HTC’s latest iteration of their popular Sense UI is known as Sense 4. It runs on Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Android. It has been widely expected that HTC would be updating its more high-end phones to the latest version of… Read more

Can HTC turn Sense around?

Over the past year I have become more and more fond of stock Android, the no frills version Google originally created. However, there was once a time that I was a huge fan of HTC’s vision of what Android should be, also known as Sense UI. When Android 1.5 and 1.6 was the norm for many devices, Sense made those device’s software more visually appealing, and… Read more

HTC One X passes through the FCC

Looks like it isn’t just the ASUS-branded tablet getting some love from the FCC. The One X by HTC has officially passed through the FCC’s labyrinth, and with it it shows off those AT&T bands so necessary to launch on Big Blue’s network this year. Unfortunately, while it would be great to learn some interesting secret about HTC’s next flagship device,… Read more

HTC’s Chief Product Officer admits Sense got too cluttered

Over the years, HTC’s Sense UI has become something of a conundrum. After all, it started the proprietary user interface movement within the Android market, and it is widely admitted that Sense brought Android into the public eye with its easy to use functionality, plus other features. But, that’s changed, as Sense has become something of a bloated piece of… Read more