By Stephen Schenck | September 3, 2011 2:44 AM
When HTC’s Bliss arrives, it will do so with a fresh new version of the company’s Sense UI installed. We’ve told you some of what you can expect from Sense 3.5, but plenty of you are likely anxious to get your hands on the software and give it a try yourself. If you don’t feel like waiting, don’t want new hardware, and would just like to see Sense 3.5 on your smartphone right now, you may be in luck, thanks to a developer’s work getting the UI running on a Desire HD.
The release isn’t quite perfect, suffering from some bugs related to the Desire HD’s camera and with Bluetooth seemingly broken entirely, but if you can live with those hiccups, Sense 3.5 is yours to explore.
If you’ve got a Desire HD, and feel like giving this ROM a whirl, let us know your impressions of it. The release is based on Android 2.3.4 and is available for download now; click through the source link to XDA-D to get your copy.