To clarify on our previous report that the amazing HTC Sense UI was going to be "available to on some other existing devices", those 'other existing devices' won't include the T-Mobile G1 or myTouch 3G. Sadly, HTC Sense will not be available for Google-branded phones and both the G1 and myTouch 3G are Google experience phones. The reasoning is due to licensing restrictions which just sucks for all parties.
So if you see that "with Google" branding on the back of your Android phone, sorry, you won't be able to enjoy the future that is HTC Sense. Rogers' Dream and Magic here we come!
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