Looks like HTC is in the final stages of its development and integration for Android Lollipop with its devices and Sense UI. A day back we showed you a video in which the HTC One M7 was running Android Lollipop combined with Sense 6 on board. Today its HTC's current flagship, the HTC One M8's turn, when it comes to running Android Lollipop, so take a look below.
HTC One M8 Appears Running Android Lollipop With Sense 6 In Latest Video
As you can see in the video above, HTC's Sense 6 UI combined with Android Lollipop does change the operating system quite a bit. Android Lollipop's app display on the device is not the same when it comes to Lollipop combined with Sense 6. Color selection for Sense 6's combination with Lollipop also changes things somewhat. Looks like HTC has made several changes to Android Lollipop's overall format and Material Design interface on the One M8.
Otherwise, the experience does appear to be quite smooth with the whole operation running quickly and smoothly. HTC did promise a Lollipop update for its devices within 90 days of receiving the operating system's source code from Google. And by the looks of things, the company is right on track on staying true to its word. Android Lollipop appears to be in the final stages of testing and combination with Sense 6 on HTC devices.
So while nothing about HTC's changes can be said for sure until the update finally hits users worldwide, the above video should help all the One M8 users get a fair idea of what Android Lollipop will look like running on their devices as soon as HTC's update hits. Like what you see above? Or do you think HTC could have done it better? Let us know what you think in the comments section. We'll keep you updated as this develops.