By Chuong Nguyen | May 17, 2010 5:16 AM
Here’s another feature about the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint that should make Android users happy. For users who like the HTC Sense experience, you can leave the Sense UI on by default. Android purists can opt to turn off the Sense UI feature to have a stock Android feel that’s more akin to the Nexus One. As Sprint’s answer to the Nexus One, this gives you the best of both worlds–the Google experience of the Nexus One as well as the Sense experience of the Sense-enabled HTC Desire.
The switching feature applies to the Sense home screen and if you turn off Sense, other HTC customizations still remain in the OS–just the Sense home screen gets switched off.
(via: Android Central)