HTC Sense 6.0 detailed in a 3-minute video, reveals ability to turn off BoomSound, new themes, revamped apps and lots more (updated)

HTC is trying its best to keep the upcoming device and its features confidential, but unfortunately HTC is out of luck. We have already seen dozens of images of HTC One 2014 roaming around the interweb revealing every angel of the smartphone, even in a 12-minute review video, and today we have got our hands-on a new video, which details the upcoming HTC Sense 6.0 user-interface.

HTC One (2014)

The video (embedded below) takes you on a small tour of HTC Sense 6.0, revealing a lot of details. According to Jonas G., who posted the video on YouTube, this is the HTC M8 port, which is running on HTC M7 aka original HTC One. The user promises to share the port for the M7 on XDA soon.

The video reveals new:
  • Themes
  • Apps like HTC Apps, Kids Mode, Parent Dashboard and Zoe
  • Features like, when the screen is off, pick up the phone in portrait orientation, then Double tap (to wake up), swipe left (to launch widget panel), swipe right (to launch BlinkFeed) and swipe up (to unlock)
  • When the screen is off, pick up the phone in landscape orientation, then press the volume button to launch the camera app
The video also confirms that the HTC M8 comes with microSD card slot. The Sense 6.0 will also bring an option to turn off BoomSound, if you aren't interested in using it. The updated Sense will also bring updated messaging, dialler and gallery app, along with new multi-tasking interface.

Update: Jonas G. has removed the video from YouTube. Here's the mirror for you all.

In related, Phones4u has started advertising the upcoming HTC M8 aka The All New HTC One on the British high street. The advertisement confirms the name and date of launch and shows a pixelated image of HTC One 2014.

March 25th is the day when HTC will be debuting the long rumoured HTC M8 in front of the world. Pricing and availability details are expected to get revealed on the same day.

Phones4U HTC One 2014 Ad

Source - Android Central
Via - PhoneArena