Tomorrow, we’re looking forward to Sense 6.0 debuting on the all new HTC One; for something that’s not yet official, that news is all but certain. OK, but what does Sense 6.0’s arrival mean for all the other HTC hardware? What existing devices might be getting Sense 6.0 by means of future updates – and then, when might we hope to see those updates arrive? Well, apparently HTC’s current problem with leaks extends far beyond the new One itself, and the latest identifies its plans for bringing Sense 6.0 to last year’s One, One Max, and One Mini.

The first device to get a Sense 6.0 update should unsurprisingly be the One itself. Supposedly that release is confirmed, and is in the works for distribution beginning in May or June.

Following that, HTC appears to be planning Sense updates for the One Max and One Mini, as well as the dual-SIM One and the Butterfly S, in June or July. We also see that the original Butterfly looks like it will be ending its Sense journey on 5.5, with no update planned beyond that one.

Source: LlabTooFeR
Via: Droid-life

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