HTC to bring its 'sixth sense' (Sense 6.0 update) to HTC One (2013), HTC One mini and HTC One max
Having this latest update for last year’s top HTC devices is reassuring rather than surprising, but it’s still something that owners of those phones will be happy to hear.
Alongside the unveiling of the new HTC One, the company has also now published a few of its own applications (that previously were only available within Sense) on the Google Play store. Availability is still limited to HTC devices only, but with those devices decoupled from the actual skin, it would be easier for users to get the latest versions of first-party apps without having to wait long times for full-on system updates. And many users know how the updating process can take painfully long, especially for carrier-branded devices.
You can take a look at our detailed examination of the differences between the new Sense 6.0 and its earlier versions right here.
1. maherk (Posts: 2552; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)
that's one of the things I dislike about HTC, they always forget about the millions who bought their flagships 2 years ago. What happened to the DNA, Butterfly S, One X, One X+ and many many more. I have the t-mobile S2, it is running 4.1 with the latest touchwiz found on Note 3(except for the features that are based on the latest hardware
2. robocopvn (Posts: 337; Member since: 10 Mar 2010)
How about Butterfly ?? Snapdragon S4 quad core (almost Snapdragon 600) , 2gb of ram, 5inches, full HD screen (pretty much the same with HTC m8). I stop buying HTC after HTC Aria and HTC chacha and Sensation didn't get any appropriate update from HTC. Now I use LG E980