Fans of the HTC Sense user interface will be pleased to know that the Sense UI will still make an appearance on Windows Phone 7 handsets, apart from being featured on Android-powered smartphones as well. While Sense will not be integrated fully into Windows Phone 7 smartphones, it will still augment the Microsoft experience, although no further details to divulge just what experience that will be has been released. We’re guessing this icing on the cake will most probably be welcome by many people, as long as it does not end up as a memory and processor time hog.
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