Here’s How Android Lollipop With HTC Sense 6 Looks Running On The One M7

Ramish Zafar
Posted Jan 10, 2015
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With the world having eased into 2015, several smartphone users can expect Android Lollipop updates to hit their devices soon. This includes users of the HTC One M8, who now only have a couple of weeks before the Android Lollipop update hits their device. HTC after all promised its users that they would be getting the Lollipop update within 90 days of the date the company received the final software from Google. And judging by a new video posted today, the company might be ahead of its own schedule, as Android Lollipop has been spotted running on the HTC One M7. Take a look below.

 New Video Shows The HTC One M7 Running Android Lollipop With Sense 6 UI On Board

If you’ve played the video above you’ll notice several of Android Lollipop’s trademarks features on board the HTC One M7. First of these is the multitasking feature which allows you to see what apps are running on your device all at once. The multitasking screen with Android Lollipop’s card based system can be spotted above. You can also remove any app you find undesirable app from the list by simply tapping on the small ‘x’ on the top right of each card.

Another feature that is shown in the video above is how you can access an all new Quick Settings menu on Android Lollipop. The Quick Settings menu on the HTC One M7 above can be opened simply by using two fingers to swipe down from the top of the screen. Today’s video showing Android Lollipop on the HTC One M7 is good news for HTC users all around as now it won’t be long before they can experience Google’s latest update to its mobile platform for themselves. Android Lollipop comes with improved security, privacy, inter-device connectivity and an all new enhanced Material Design interface on board.

 

 

 

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