HTC Sense 6 Caught Running on the HTC One in Video Leak
Some time ago, we caught an early glimpse of where Samsung may be heading with its UI design. We later saw a few more hints of this upcoming UI, but unfortunately this has not made its way to consumer devices just yet. Now, a leaked video has appeared, showing what HTC is cooking in its UI design labs, and to say it looks nice would be quite the understatement.
The video, which comes courtesy of Reddit user tanghan, shows off the HTC Sense 6 in all its glory running on last year’s flagship HTC One. In the video, you can see various aspects of the new UI, including double tap to wake functionality (as well as a few other motion gestures), a translucent status bar with Android design guidelines-friendly white icons, and an overall flatter UI.
Like what you see? Are you a fan of the upcoming version of Sense? Let us know in the comments below.
[Source: GadgetLeaks, Reddit | Via AndroidandMe]
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