Sense 6.0 has already rolled out in the US on all major carriers, as well as the developer edition of the handset. Reports even suggested that it’s rolling out in few European countries as well.
If you’re rocking the good old HTC One M7, there’s a piece of good news for you. Reports suggest that Sense 6.0 update is rolling out in the UK.
The folks at Pocket-Lint reports they have updated their HTC One M7 to the latest Sense 6.0 running over the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat. As we all know, HTC has made the Sense 6.0 better than its previous iteration, with less bloatware — it still exists, but way less compared to the previous version of Sense.
Even the HTC’s Software Update page for the UK lists that its pushing out to customers. It’s not just the unlocked version of the device, but it mentions O2 and Three among the list of carriers who are rolling out the Sense 6.0 update as well.
The latest Sense 6.0 comes with a handful of improvements, including a better interface with multiple themes and update color palate, improved BlinkFeed and video highlights, improvements in Gallery and camera apps, and much more.
The update is sized at 678MB so make sure you’re connected to a WiFi network if you don’t want to choke out your monthly data limit. Also, let us know using the comments below if you’ve already received the update.
Source: HTC Software Update, Pocket-Lint
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