Verizon and Sprint roll out Sense 6 to the HTC One M7

by: Andrew GrushMay 29, 2014

Earlier this month, the HTC One M7 started to receive a Sense 6 upgrade for those with unlocked and developer edition devices in the United States. Shortly after this the update also started pushing out to T-Mobile.

Now it looks like the same update is making its way over to some of the remaining carrier-branded devices.Yesterday Sprint started rolling out the update, and now Verizon has followed suit as well.

The Sense 6 interface first debuted with the HTC One M8, and for the M7 upgrade quite a few of these features transfer over including a newly updated user interface, an updated camera app, improved Blinkfeed and new motion controls. Even more importantly, HTC has started to push several of its apps to Google Play for those with Sense 6 or higher, so that means you can receive HTC app updates in the future without having to wait for HTC and your carrier to push out a traditional update to your device.

Have you received Sense 6 for your Sprint or Verizon HTC One M7 yet? If so, what do you think of the changes so far?

  • i_say_uuhhh

    Just checked, not yet, but hopefully soon! I love Sense 6’s new Ui so I’m happy!

  • Larry

    I have both Verizon and Sprint version. The update on Sprint has the extreme power saver mode but the Verizon doesn’t. The software seems to be faster too on both. So far… I like the changes.

    • Clifton Oubre Jr.

      The software does seem to run faster. Updated this morning

  • i_say_uuhhh

    Does anyone who know how long this update generally takes to download?

  • Michael Pitts

    Yeah I cannot understand why Verizon did not include the Extreme Power Option

  • Ranjit

    Its not an alternative for the HTC One M7
    Just a copy replica I found