Earlier this month, HTC hosted a meetup in London at which they announced the HTC Desire Z and more importantly, the HTC Desire HD. During the event HTC flashed us a sneak peek of the new Sense UI, and it's definitely garnered some attention. As we've come to expect from the great community that is XDA, user DarkStone1337 nabbed a beta ROM of the HD and put it up for the masses. Join us after the jump to view the plethora of new features and a video showcasing them with the beta ROM.
[via AndroidSPIN and XDA]
- A HTC eBook Reader
- "Sense Hub" Allowing user to swap Sense skins and themes
- HTCSense.com Account allowing user to backup their layout and take advantage of a new "find my phone" feature
- “HTC Recommends” feature which highlights things that have caught HTC's attention
- Five pre-installed themes/skins to try out
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