HTC Sense 5.0 Screenshot Allegedly Taken on HTC G2

It shows new, cleaner and simpler looks coming to HTC’s Android devices

By on February 14th, 2013 08:33 GMT

Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation has been recently rumored to plan the launch of some appealing new handsets, in addition to the HTC One (HTC M7), which might become official on February 19.

Two such new devices are expected from the company, namely the M4 and G2, although no official confirmation on their existence has emerged until now.

However, a screenshot allegedly taken on the HTC G2 has emerged over at PhoneArena, providing us with a glimpse at the upcoming HTC Sense 5.0 interface, which should be present on all three said smartphones.

It still remains to be seen whether HTC will announce all three handsets on February 19, or whether it’s planning plan on unveiling the G2 and M4 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, later this month.

One thing that is certain, however, is the fact that the company appears to be pretty excited about the forthcoming announcement, as it has already published a series of teasers, while also starting to count down to it.

The new Sense UI version is expected to be cleaner, simpler, provided that the screenshot attached to this article is genuine, of course (the new photo shows different looks than what we’ve previously seen rumored to arrive on HTC One).

Apparently, the screenshot might have been taken on a handset featuring a screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, supposedly the same as G2’s panel will deliver.

The smartphone is expected to hit shelves as an entry-level device, with a 3.5-inch HVGA display, 1GHz processor inside, and 512MB of RAM.

Furthermore, the yet unannounced mobile phone is said to include 4GB of internal memory, along with microSD memory card slot, a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back, and a 1,400 mAh battery to power them all.

For the time being, however, we’ll take all these details with a grain of salt, though it might not be too long before official details become available, so stay tuned to learn more on this.

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