We’re pretty sure that HTC would like every single one of its HTC One (M7) customers to upgrade to the HTC One (M8), but they do realize that there are millions that will keep their older phone for another 6-12 months. In an effort to make that time more enjoyable, HTC will push out an update to the original HTC One (M7) that’ll include Sense 6, the same user interface that’s running on HTC’s newer One (M8). HTC executive Jason Mackenzie announced a few hours ago that the update will be making its way to the U.S. and Canadian versions of the HTC One (M7) by the end of May.
There are dozens of new features hidden inside HTC Sense 6, but it’s unclear which ones will be made available on last year’s HTC One (M7). The UI uplift with the enhanced versions of the BlinkFeed and camera apps are likely, but we’re hoping the Motion Launch gestures from the One (M8) will be making their way to the older One (M7) as well.
What HTC Sense 6 features do you hope to see make the cut on the One (M7)?