Here in the U.S we’ve been enjoying the T-Mobile G2 for nearly a month, but it looks like our friends up in Canada may soon be getting a G2 of their own. OK, it’s not really the G2, but leaked documents show that Bell will be launching the HTC Desire Z (think of it as the G2’s cousin loaded up with HTC Sense) on November 3rd. Just like its U.S. cousin, the Desire Z will also be supporting HSPA+ support which should make it the fastest smartphone on Bell’s 3G network.
The HTC Desire Z will be the first phone in North America to sport the new HTC Sense 2.0 which integrates into the HTCsense.com site. Users will be able to visit the site to remotely monitor, wipe, and customize their phones. The new HTC Sense 2.0 also includes a variety of skins to give your handset a more unique look that fits your style.
We know that many of you are not fans of custom UI’s, but we’re pretty sure we can all agree that HTC Sense is the best customized option offered by manufacturers. With all the new customization features in HTC Sense 2.0, we wouldn’t be surprised if a few of you change your mind on HTC’s UI.