Over the weekend a couple of screenshots were leaked purportedly from an upcoming version 5 of HTC’s Sense, believed to be running on top of Android on the forthcoming (and rumored) HTC M7.

Today we can take a look at two more screenshots with the first (above) allegedly depicting the new lock screen where we can see that HTC made some changes: the ring is apparently gone, weather information is being displayed and our tipster tells us that the icons have a more “holo” look.

The second image (below) is reportedly a screenshot of the Settings. If this is indeed the way Sense 5’s Settings page will look then we will need to get used to the new icons as well as the new switch toggles.

 
 

Last but not least, our tipster tells us that the device pictured above — the little you can see from it — is indeed the upcoming HTC M7. We can’t verify this information at the moment so treat it with your usual dose of skepticism. We are told that the design language follows the one used by HTC on the One X, however, without the drilled headset holes.

We’re hoping to see some new HTC devices at CES, or, worst probably case, at MWC, and we’re definitely looking forward to seeing what the M7 will turn out to be.

Source: Weibo

Thanks: Calvin

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