HTC’s new Sense 3.5 is looking pretty nice, but unfortunately we aren’t quite sure when the first device baring the new Android skin will hit shelves. Luckily for owners of the HTC Desire HD, if flashing custom ROMs is your thing you know have access to the bran new version of Sense on your device. Once again thanks to the industrious folk over at XDA-Developers, a version of Sense 3.5 has been pulled from the software files of the HTC Bliss and tweaked to run on top of Android 2.3.4 on the Desire HD. There are still some notable bugs, such as a lack of Bluetooth support, but if you want to be the first on the block to rock the new custom user interface from HTC, hit up the source link below.
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