HTC has really upped the ante for its new Android smartphone, the Desire Z. And nowhere is this more evident than in the revamped HTC Sense customer user interface.
In previous HTC phones, this made their handsets brilliant for social networking and offering oodles of scope for customisation. This time out, however, HTC has gone one better and has added a raft of great new features.
The new Sense now allows HTC Desire Z owners to sync content to their phone easier than ever before and even do this remotely from wherever they are. But that's not all. It also showcases what HTC dubs a unified inbox for emails. With all your messages in a single location, you'll find it's much easier to stay on top of them.
Just as impressive is the ability to remotely switch off, wipe and even trace your phone in the event that it is lost or stolen.
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