Last weekend, there’s a couple of leaked screenshots thought to be from an upcoming version 5 of HTC’s Sense User Interface which believed to be running on top of the unreleased HTC’s Android flagship devices the HTC M7
Now, we have another two more screenshots to look at with the first allegedly is the new lock screen where we can see that HTC had done some changes to it with the usual ‘ring’ is nowhere to be seen, weather information is being displayed and our tipster notified us that the icons have a more “holo” look.
The second image below is reportedly is a screen of the settings and if this screenshot turn out to be the Sense 5’s Setting page actual look then users will need to get to use to the new icons as well as the new switch toggles.
Last but not the lease, our source also tells us that the device on the picture above where there’s not much to be seen is indeed the upcoming HTC flagship devices, the HTC M7. We can’t verify whether this information is true or not so we would recommend it to treat as a usual pre-launch rumours.We also learn that the design is as same as found in the HTC One X, however there is no drilled headset holes.
We were hoping to see some of new HTC devices at CES which was held last week in Las Vegas at there is nothing interesting announced by the Taiwanese manufacturer which at least confirmed that we would see some kind of announcement at Mobile World Congress and we’re definitely looking forward to seeing what the M7 will turn out to be.
The HTC M7 will have a 1.7GHz quad core processor along with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, 4.7” Full HD(similar to HTC Droid DNA) display, with a whooping pixel density of 468ppi (pixels per inch). The camera feature isn’t a let-down either, with 2MP front-facing camera and 13MP rear camera which is capable of capturing 1080p video.Source