All New HTC One videos: latest official teaser, Sense 6 hands-on

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Home stretch, here we come; with just one week and one day to go until HTC launches its all new One, excitement for the Android handset runs high. Even if we were largely in the dark, we’d still eagerly be awaiting the HTC flagship’s debut, but the leaks we’ve seen so far (and man, there have been a LOT of them) have only served whet our appetites all the more. Today we start the week off with a pair of videos, checking out both the latest official teaser from HTC, as well as a hands-on clip detailing the look and feel of Sense 6.0.

The team from the last couple HTC “Technical Translations” clips returns in this new one, now talking about Zoe. We’re quite familiar with Zoe from last year, using the software to create highlight reels on the original One. Just as before, everything proceeds as usual for the first bit of the clip, before the all new One is pulled out (and heavily obscured, natch) and it’s implied that this new phone is about to expand upon Zoe in a bunch of interesting new ways. How, exactly? Well, HTC can’t give away all its secrets now, and we’ll have to check in next Tuesday for the answer.

We’ve already seen multiple hands-on videos with the new One (of varying degrees of quality) but this new one is a little different: rather than a video of the phone itself, this an on-device screen capture, revealing Sense 6.0 to us in full detail, without losing anything due to focus, framing or other issues. It’s relatively short, and moves briskly through its paces, so give it a quick watch to help tide you over until next week.

Source: HTC, cesar suarez (YouTube)
Via: phoneArena, Android Central

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