Following recent news on the HTC Desire HD ROM being leaked into the wild, a series of additional details on what it includes have also started to emerge, culminating with the video walkthrough embedded at the bottom of this article.
One thing that should be noted right from the start is that the ROM was pre-loaded on the HTC HD2, the Windows Mobile 6.5 flagship handset the handset vendor launched last year, and that the walkthrough was filmed on this device.
According to the guys over at pocketnow, who installed the Desire HD ROM on HD2, things seem to be working pretty well, including phone support, WiFi support, and more.
Moreover, the news site notes that the new ROM unveiled many of the changes that HTC made to its Sense user interface, and that some of these modifications were not mentioned in the official presentation of the solution.
HTC did announce last week that a new Sense UI is available with Desire HD and Desire Z, but it focused mainly on announcing the services that were packed on the solution, rather than offering us a glimpse at the visual changes in it.
It appears that one can now change the look and feel of Sense courtesy of various themes included in the package, such as slate or wood.
The skin-choosing interface sports a 3D design, which can be spotted in many of the option screens around the phone, it seems.
A series of other changes are also there, including updated widget to deliver more content, something made via design changes that include reduced thickness of the borders of the widgets.
There is also a notification area that offers users the possibility to easily switch between recently used applications, and more.
All of these aspects, as well as additional ones, are covered in the video embedded at the bottom of this article.
Additional details on the matter, as well as on how to install the Desire HD ROM on a HTC HD2, are available in this post on pocketnow.