HTC Updates Sense UI and Preps Portal, HD Desire and Desire Z Android Phones
Sep 15, 2010, 21:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"HTC today unveiled two new Android-powered smartphones that run
an updated version of the company's Sense user interface and also
introduced a Web portal for the UI to allow users to manage their
HTC devices through an online service.
"The two new Android handsets are the HTC Desire HD and HTC
Desire Z, and both will run the enhanced Sense UI that includes
video editing software, a mapping tool, an integrated e-reader and
an e-book store.
"With the new version of the Sense UI, HTC said users can record
HD videos or capture and edit images with a variety of camera
effects, and HTC Locations, an online mapping tool, provides
on-demand mapping without download delays. The e-book store is
supported by Kobo, while the mobile-optimized e-reader includes the
ability to highlight, annotate and quickly search for definitions
or translate unfamiliar terms, according to the company."