HTC Sense UI installed on Motorola Droid

Someone has put the HTC software on a Motorola Droid. Watch how it works.

Looks like those who love messing around with HTC software can't get enough of the Desire's Sense UI. After its first appearance on the Nexus One, someone has now installed it on a Motorola Droid (Milestone for us GSM folks). From the discussion thread on AllDroid, capabilities such as pinch to zoom and Flash on the browser are demonstrated in images and videos.

In the video embedded above, certain aspects of the implementation still appear a little unresponsive, but that's to be expected since the software wasn't designed for the Motorola hardware.

(Source: Crave Asia via Engadget)

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