Sense 6 rolling out to Verizon and Sprint HTC One (M7) phones

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HTC has been on a roll lately when it comes to updating the HTC One (M7) to Sense 6, and so far, it's keeping its late May promise. Just a few weeks ago, the unlocked and developer versions of the HTC One (M7) were treated to the update, and today both the Verizon and Sprint variants are also seeing the update roll out.

While the status of the Sprint HTC One (M7) is still labeled “certification” on the company's software update page, details on the update are already available on Sprint's website. Verizon has a similar landing page for it's M7 variant, with all systems go on HTC's software update page as well. 

Sense 6 is a very nice scale back of the already-refined HTC custom user interface. Sure, it's still far off from being stock Android, but Sense continues to look better in every iteration. The latest version of Sense is much cleaner and shares the very flat look and feel that's become quite the trend as of late. Be sure to check out our HTC One (M8) review for more.

Don't fret if you don't get a notification that the update is waiting for you today. OTA (over the air) updates can take days to become available, so just sit tight and let the Sense 6 come to you. 

This story, "Sense 6 rolling out to Verizon and Sprint HTC One (M7) phones" was originally published by Greenbot.

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