updated 02:55 pm EDT, Mon August 29, 2011
HTC Sense 3.5 shown off on video running on Bliss
The upcoming HTC Sense 3.5 interface has now been shown off in a five-minute video from the same source that broke the news on the software. XDA China took a detailed look at the Android OS customization. There are many differences compared to the previous version, including new animations, lock screens and other enhancements.
There is also a new dock bar with shortcuts to just the apps and the phone functions. Home screens can be added or removed, and more interactive widgets are visible. A new way of adjusting the volume is on tap in the way of a virtual bar, at the end of the video.
Sense is one of the most complete Android overlays available, and the latest version promises to be significantly more complete. It should ship first on the Bliss used in the demo as well as the Vigor. [via Droid-Life]