HTC Sense UI on the Google Nexus One Courtesy of the HTC Desire ROM

February 19, 2010, By Atul Roach

The HTC Desire which went public at the MWC 2010 did bring with it a lot of Nexus One goodness minus the Sense UI but, the Google Nexus One owners might not have to rue the disadvantage anymore, thanks to Paul O’Brien, the magician ROM builder from Modaco.

Paul is using the HTC Desire ROM with its Sense UI and he will run Sense eventually on the Google Android smartphone. The Sense UI and the Android open source platform is a great combination and no one realizes this more than Paul, the genius.

The HTC Desire ROM other than running Sense UI on Nexus One brings forth a number of additional advantages like 800 x 480 video recording, improving the existing 720 x 480 parameter. Also, Nexus One’s camera gets face recognition and touch focus abilities while the smartphone gets Adobe Flash 10.1 on-board.

The Flash support is the best ‘additional’ advantage as it comes in real handy for watching videos from sources other than YouTube. Paul is currently working on the project and he will soon be done working his magic, eventually bonding Sense UI and Android 2.0 for Nexus One owners. [via: Phandroid]

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