Barely 24 hours after HTC unveiled two new Android handsets, a confidential video has emerged which shows the HTC Sense UI running on Windows Phone 7.
HTC employees swerved Windows Phone 7 related questions at a media event held in London yesterday. The company said it was confident that when HTC Windows Phone 7 devices were released that consumers would know it was a HTC device. Company officials declined to comment on how Sense would work on the upcoming devices. Today is a new day though and a video has leaked that appears to show the Sense UI running in Windows Phone 7.
The video, spotted by the folks at Mobility Digest, shows several app tiles on a Windows Phone 7 home screen. The first is a 3D notes app that allows users to stick notes to the home screen. Some truly impressive 3D effects are shown to demonstrate the notes. The video also demonstrates a weather and stocks application, both with 3D animations. It's unclear whether the video is 100% genuine but the slick animations and HTC feel would suggest this is the real deal.
A second video also emerged today showing a HTC Hub interface on a previously unknown HTC Windows Phone 7 device. The team at PocketPT posted the video, naming it the "HTC Hub" interface. It looks identical to the Sense UI.
If you were wondering what HTC had up its sleeve then take a look below.