In the forum of XDA-Developers screenshots have been released showing the new HTC interface Sense. 5 I have asked the predecessor Sense 4+ directly opposite. It is clear that HTC purifies its Android attachment and given it a more modern look.Smart phone message: ". Not enough memory available" Do you know that even 50503570 participants?
The XDA member mdeejay published the screens, which claims to run Sense 5 on his HTC Droid DNA, as a system based Android 4.1.2 is installed. I grabbed the screenshots and compared with the previous Sense 4+, the man + is currently on the HTC One X. On the left side you see your Sense 5, to the right logically 4+.
The lockscreen is now without the swanky metal ring.
With the 5 version of HTC's in my consumpt on the right track. It is less playful and comes with a modern touch. The best example of this is the homeboy-Entsperring who looks a bit like getting the washer from a truck engine. HTC has disposed of him, just like the flashy clocks widget, previously one of the hallmarks of the HTC interface. The smartphone specialist from Taiwan has she apparently abandoned in favor of a much simpler and more modern digital clock.
Also modern and sleeker: The new weather display.
Adorns Sense 5 HTC M7?
HTC Sense 5 is expected to be presented in four weeks at the Mobile World Congress, along with a new high-end smartphone, the HTC M7. The unit already haunts for several days through the Internet, is officially confirmed, of course, nothing. What is certain, it seems to me that the new flagship will be stuck in a pretty unibody polycarbonate and that the specifications be based on what is currently in demand in the high-end sector: display with a resolution of 1080p and a size to 5 inches around and naturally to a processor with four cores. Until it is presented, you can watch so ever with a few screenshots of the new interface attune.
The setup menu, however, was not changed.
The menu during an incoming call.
System information in comparison.
All screenshots: as / AndroidPIT with material from xda-developers