Tag Archives: sense 5

HTC Confirms The One S Will No Longer Receive Android Updates

A sad day for HTC One S owners as the manufacturer confirms officially the device will no longer receive Android updates. In a statement issued to the press, HTC confirms the device will stick with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. All is not lost however as the HTC One S has a lively developer community actively promoting new ROMs and tweaks to help push the device into the future. Sure, we would love to … [read full article]

Rumor Alert: HTC One Mini Headed For T-Mobile Store Shelves?

The HTC One Mini, the baby variant of the excellent HTC One is rumored to hit T-Mobile according to a noted HTC tipster. The One Mini is rumored to include a 4.3″ 720p display, dual-core processor, Ultrapixel camera, Sense 5 software and the same full-metal design as its big brother. Now, well-known HTC developer and insider @LLabTooFeR with insight into future roadmaps claims the device will be heading to T-Mobile sometime in the near … [read full article]

HTC Considering “Google Edition” One Stock Android Release In The United States?

With the release of the vanilla Android Galaxy S 4 edition right around the corner, attention has turned back to HTC and questions surrounding a possible HTC One vanilla Android release. With five million devices sold, the One is a beautiful smartphone with a great camera, awesome speakers and it’s easily one of the best devices we’ve seen come out of Taiwanese manufacturer. HTC has denied publicly that a One … [read full article]

HTC Posts Two New BlinkFeed Commercials, Takes Shot At “Digging” For Apps

I don’t know if HTC is taking a shot at Apple, Samsung, Nokia or all the above with this new pair of HTC One BlinkFeed-specific commercials but they are certainly poking fun at someone. Regardless, Sense 5 may or may not be your thing and if you don’t want BlinkFeed on your home screen, there’s no rule saying you have to keep it. Still, the idea that all of your information is right there when … [read full article]

HTC Says Widgets Aren’t A Necessary Part Of The Android Experience

With the introduction of the HTC One and Sense 5, HTC is taking a dramatically new approach the home screen experience, marking their “most radical shift in user experience since introducing Sense in 2009.” After Sense 4 released in 2012, HTC decided to take a step back and look at the overall experience of their customers with fresh eyes. Thanks to customer interviews and personal feedback, HTC became far more observant about how … [read full article]