Trademark: HTC Sensation Is This The Tablet Version Of Sense?

HTC filed a European trademark on January 19th for the term “HTC Sensation”¬† the extrapolation for the trademark reads:

“Mobile phones, smartphones, wireless phones, wireless devices, portable computers and personal digital assistants, computer hardware and software for mobile, portable and wireless devices; user interface software; computer hardware and software for user interfacing, telecommunications and telecommunications services; computer hardware and software for transmitting and receiving voice, image, data, audio, video and multimedia content; wireless modems; headsets, headsets with wireless transmission function, connection cables, cradles, mounts, face plates, batteries, power adaptors, chargers, cases, in-vehicle chargers, in-vehicle holders, remote controls, keyboards, microphones, loudspeakers, leather pouches for mobile phones.”

The trademark is loose and could be used for a variety of things but we know that HTC Sense is their custom UI for both windows and Android phones. HTC has released their Sense 2.0 version on it’s newer phones. They are also offering a Sense online for users to store their most important information in the cloud.

As far as custom UI’s go many sites, us included and our friends over at Droidlife seem to agree that Sense is the least painful of any of the custom UIs. I actually like the widgets and friendstream in Sense on the HTC Evo Shift 4G.

Its not a far cry to think that “Sensation” is the name of the Sense version for tablets and we already know that HTC has three tablets coming out this spring.

Source: Droid Life

3 Replies to “Trademark: HTC Sensation Is This The Tablet Version Of Sense?”

  1. HTC Sense is the best overlay on the market. Beats the Samsung and Motorola crap hands down. I truly hope Sensation will be HTC’s answer to crappy Android tablets thus far (including the Samsung Galaxy Tab)

  2. Never liked HTC Sense on my Droid Eris, as I had bluetooth issues with it (pairing problems with BT headset, and incompatible with wiimote app). I had to use a “Sense-less” ROM to clear up those issues. However, I agree Sense is the most “sensible” overlay and way better than Motoblur.

    Surely by now HTC has gotten Sense tweaked and optimized for minimal pain.

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