Specifications for the female-friendly HTC Bliss have cropped up online, as the phone-maker looks to broaden the appeal of Android phones beyond their core market.
The snaps and feature list, which come to us courtesy of the XDA developers forum, reveal we’re in for a handset rocking a 3.7-inch display, dual snappers and a far from brawny 800MHz processor.
More interestingly, though, is that the Bliss will rock a hitherto-unseen version of HTC’s Sense Android skin, slathered on top of the 2.3 version of Google’s OS (aka Gingerbread).
Dubbed Sense 3.5, the revamped user interface isn’t a massive departure from its predecessor - not by any stretch of the imagination. However, it does look a lot more appealing and swaps the widget-filled homescreen we know and love for a more streamlined look with widgets restricted to a column on the left of the display.
Keen-eyed Fandroids will also have notice the addition of a fresh take on HTC’s Weather app, which now occupies more screen real estate.
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