on a culture of innovation and a passion to enhance people's lives, HTC shapes
the mobile experience around the individual. Debuting on the HTC Hero and
available on all new HTC devices moving forward, Sense delivers on three basic
principles: Make it Mine, Stay Close and Discover the Unexpected. Make It Mine
is about feeling your HTC phone was created for and by you. To do this, HTC
encourages you to dictate and organize how you want to access the people and
content in your life in a way that fits best for you. For some, this means
adding glance-view widgets that push content like twitter feeds, weather and
other content to the surface while others may want quick access to
business-focused information like E-Mail, calendar and world-times.
HTC is also introducing a new profile feature called ‘Scenes' that enables you
to create different customized content profiles around specific functions or
times in your life.
Today, staying in touch with the people in your life means managing a variety of
communication channels and applications ranging from phone calls, E-Mails,
texts, photos, status updates and more. HTC Sense takes a different approach by
integrating these communication channels and applications into one single view,
enabling you to stay closer to your important people. With HTC Sense, friends'
Facebook status updates and photos, along with their Flickr photos are included
alongside their text messages, E-Mails and call history in a single view.
Many of the most memorable moments in your life are experienced, not explained.
HTC Sense is focused on providing a variety of these simple yet innovative
experiences on your HTC phone that will sometimes bring you moments of joy and
delight. It can be something as basic as turning the phone over to silence a
ring or as simple as improving the smart dialler for making calls quicker. HTC
Sense also includes ‘Perspectives', a new way for viewing your content such as
E-Mail, photos, Twitter, music and more in different ways.
HTC Sense will be first introduced with today's announced
HTC Hero and will
be available to people across Europe in July and in Asia later in the summer. A
distinct North American version will be available later in 2009.
Cheers ~ Arne