The HTC Sense 5.5 user interface has been long rumored, but today we have a series of screenshots leaking out to give us a better idea of what’s new. To start with, HTC’s standard Blinkfeed feature can now be turned off by the users, which is not possible with the current iteration of HTC Sense. Sense 5.5 also brings features like Dual Capture and Panorama+ to the camera. The Dual Capture feature sounds more like Samsung’s Dual Shot mode from the Galaxy S4, which allows users to take images using the front and rear cameras simultaneously. And Panorama+ could well be an alteration of the existing Sweep Panorama feature on the HTC One. The update also introduces newer Emoji icons on the stock keyboard.
We are hopeful that the Sense 5.5 UI will make its way with the upcoming One Max phablet, followed by other HTC smartphones with the help of an update. HTC has begun rolling out the Android 4.3 update for its smartphones with the old Sense 5 UI, so maybe HTC will issue a separate update for Sense 5.5 later this year. Check out the screenshots below to see what’s new with Sense 5.5.
Source: Android Revolution HD
Via: Android Central