New HTC Desire Sense Boots in 10 Seconds!

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    New HTC Desire Sense Boots in 10 Seconds!

    HTC Desire Z hands-on (update: more pics and video) -- Engadget

    Hit up the link for video (second video). Demo starts with cold booting the phone, 10 seconds (if that) to lock screen. WOW!

    I'm guessing that those genius ROM devs will figure out how to port it to our N1. I am currently running a Desire ROM on my Nexus and it works great.

    New Desire ROM has a few cool tricks in its sleeve like Recent Apps scrolling in the notification bar (kind of like iOS4). DNLA output (for those with Evo hdmi envy). Well, here is the whole scoop from BoyGeniusReport

    Details on HTC’s new and improved Sense Boy Genius Report

    -The boot time of Sense has been cut down to 10 seconds.
    -DLNA support is built in to allow content streaming to other DLNA devices.
    -A new incoming call screen slides up from the bottom of the screen instead of taking up the entire screen.
    -Maps will now cache data to facilitate quicker map rendering.
    -A digital compass is utilized to allow the map to orient itself to the direction you are heading.
    -The new Sense focuses on letting you control and interact with your data instead of merely presenting it to you.
    -A new website will launch next month — htcsense.com — that will allow you to:
    -Backup and view text messages and call logs.
    -Remote wipe the device.
    -Enable call forwarding.
    -Send map coordinates or trip information.
    -Locate your phone.

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    The bootup time is great but I don't boot my phone often only when I think is necessary, this might be useful for business people.

    I don't like the Sense UI I find it to be ugly >.< prefer Vanilla with a launcher app for more customization.
    I switched from Symbian to Android on January 6 2010...

    ...then I sold my N1 to get the AT&T version but I'll wait for a qwerty solution from google or better with AT&T band support and got the Nokia E75...

    lol

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    Agreed, however it is still a very nice find and a good development

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    I would REALLY like the Desire Z had it been made as a world phone with AT&T 3G band. Really disappointment the lack of AT&T compatible phones.

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