News by Andrew Kameka on Monday May 19, 2014.
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HTC has begun updating the T-Mobile version of the HTC One (2013 edition) to include most of the Sense 6 user experience and features introduced in the HTC One M8. It's not a complete transfer of features because some aspects of the software, like Motion Gestures, are hardware dependent and do not work on the M7. The same is obviously true of the focusing and 3D effects produced by the Duo Camera, meaning users won't have access to those features either.
What HTC One M7 owners will see is a change in the user interface that makes things have fresher icons, new themes and font options, an enhanced version of Blinkfeed that has more organization and sources, and a number of improvements to the various media apps. The new Gallery app is one app that users will definite enjoy.
One M7 owners can check for an update by going to Settings > About phone > Software update > Check now.via: HTC Source
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