HTC Sense, the cloud-based remote handset tracking and locking service for compatible HTC devices looks set to be ported to older, existing handsets it has emerged with the flagship HTC Desire leading the charge.
The new reports from TechRadar, claim HTC handset users have been contacted by the Taiwanese phone manufacturer with information on the imminent availability of the HTCSense.com service.
Although HTC has given no official word on which existing handsets will be compatible with the HTC Sense service when expanded to include older devices, it did state details should be with us “by the end of the year”. The message reportedly sent to HTC customers read: "At this time we are unable to confirm when the Desire will be compatible with HTCSense.com. We hope to make this available before the end of the year."
The free to use HTCSense.com service was officially announced back in September alongside the launch of the Android powerhouse that is the HTC Desire HD and the full-QWERTY slider boasting HTC Desire Z.