HTC Sense 7 Screenshots Leak With Material Design In Tow

By 03:41 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments

Now that Android 5.0 Lollipop is on the verge of being released by Google, device makers are understandably working on tweaking their own UI overlays to better fit the latest iteration of the mobile OS. We've already seen what the Lollipop update for the Samsung Galaxy S5 might discontinue up looking like, and now it's HTC's turn.

Specifically, what you see below are claimed to be the first ever leaked screenshots showing the Taiwanese company's upcoming Sense 7.

These have allegedly been captured on an HTC One (M8) running the recent software, which may come alongside its upgrade to Lollipop - or at a later point. Since HTC has promised that the One (M8) would acquire Android 5.0 within three months of when Google finalizes the bits, the company could opt for issuing an Operating System (OS) update still working with the current Sense 6, then followed by a Sense update later on.

Anyway, the recent version of Sense seems very much inspired by Google's Material Design paradigm, which is definitely fine news. Hopefully more manufacturers will adopt traces of the recent design philosophy, bringing some fresh-looking recent UIs to the table.

As a final word of caution, do haged in mind that these images might have been faked - that's not hard to do, so they could simply represent what someone out there would like Sense 7 to see like. Or they may of course be the real thing, in which case we expect some more Sense 7 related leaks to pour in soon.

Thanks for sending this in, Joe Zuck!




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