June 25, 2009 | by Robert Nelson
The HTC Hero was officially unveiled yesterday morning and since then the device has received more than its fair share of attention, which as best as I can tell is partly because of the Flash support and partly because of the incredible looking user interface.
Anyway, there maybe some good news coming later in the year for existing Android users who are drooling over the interface. According to HTC CEO Peter Chou;
“HTC sense will be available on some other existing devices.”
It seems to be pretty simple, especially due to the fact that there are so few other Android handsets on the market right now. Personally I am thinking that the Sense UI would be pretty sweet on the upcoming myTouch3G from T-Mobile.
Unfortunately, as with most statements they can generally be interpreted in many ways, and in this case Peter Chou would not go into any further detail. Basically, it looks like existing Android users can continue to enjoy the mobile OS and in the meantime hope to get some Sense later in the year.