HTC is live in London today at a special event unveiling the HTC Desire Z and HTC Desire HD along with a Sense UI Update. Here a few enhancements we could see in the near future for the HTC EVO 4G?
- 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.
Also, HTC is prepping HTCSENSE.com, a new website that will open up a handful of features to HTC owners including:
- Backup and view text messages and call logs.
- Remote wipe the device.
- Enable call forwarding.
- Send map coordinates or trip information.
- Locate your phone.
Source: Details on HTC’s new and improved Sense Boy Genius Report