Today we get another glimpse at the visual improvements HTC has made over their Android Sense UI. The screenshots are taken from a HTC HD2 running the Desire HD ROM that leaked earlier this week.
The first thing to notice is the new HTC Sense account option during the initial setup. This will allow you to use the new HTCSense.com backup, phone finder and remote wipe service.
The next images show the new HTC eReader and Hub. The HTC Hub is similar to Samsung Apps. A manufacturer-specific repository where you can download applications, themes, media, etc. straight from your phone.
On the last shots you can see the HTC Likes app and some of the new homecreens and different widget skins.
In case you can't wait to get the Desire HD and you want to try the new Sense on your HD2, you can download the Desire HD ROM for HD2 right from the DarkStone Android developer page. Just don't say we didn't warn you that this may void your warranty and probably brick your phone.
Getting even better with arrival of 3.0 ? http://www.htcsenseui.com/2011/04/htc-sensation.html
The HTC Sense UI is by far the best UI on a smartphone, period. Smooth and beautiful. At least it's original and somewhat still conforms to the stock Android UI, not like the Samsung-Touchwiz-Apple-Copycat UI.
how can I get the file to convert HTC hd2 w6.5 to Android 2.2 desire hd? what is about the procedure to convert it?