A freshly leaked video showcasing HTC Sense 6 user-interface (UI) in action surfaces online, as speculation is rife that Sense 6 will debut with the all new HTC One launch on 25 March.
As Phone Arena reports, the leaked video highlights a few noteworthy features of HTC's new UI engine including camera, Zoe app, calendar, calculator and notification bar that changes colour according to colour theme of each individual app being used.
As depicted in the video, new Camera UI enables switch between front and rear cameras with a simple swipe gesture, while key camera settings include Selfie's, Zoe, Pan 360 and video.
Other key features revealed in video include the ability for users to unlock the phone with pattern drawing, double-tap to wake device from sleep and the introduction of microSD slot on the phone.
As double-tap gesture works only in portrait mode, users could use volume keys to wake the HTC One (2014) in landscape mode.
The addition of microSD feature should come as a big relief for prospective HTC One buyers as the original HTC One missed out on this feature.
As BGR notes, earlier leaks hint the new HTC One will feature a power-packed hardware configuration including 5in full HD display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, two rear cameras with support for capturing 3D stills and video, a dual-LED flash and upgraded BoomSound speakers.
The new HTC One is expected to be unveiled at a press conference on 25 March, which could likely see the debut of highly-anticipated HTC Sense 6.
Until then check out some interesting titbits about Sense 6 UI revealed in the following YouTube videos: