The HTC leaks continue, with this video showing what appears to be Sense 6 running on a current HTC One. While it's alleged it's the same software we'll see on the new HTC One (M8), it does at least explain – so far – the presence of Beats in the video. There are a few interesting things to note from the video.
There is a new user interface which seems to match what we've seen in previous leaks, and an interesting looking Motion Gesture menu. It looks like we'll be able to double-tap to wake the phone – much like LG's Knock On – as well as launching the camera with the volume button when the phone is in landscape orientation.
The camera UI looks to have been updated too, as has the lockscreen. This isn't finished software, whatever exactly it is, but it ties in with what we've already seen and does at least give us a good look at what to expect. March 25 is just over a week away, so we'll soon know for sure.
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