Trace is HTC’s Answer to Swype

AndroidCentral got hands on with the HTC Sensation. They found out that HTC had quietly  hidden Trace, their version of the widely used Swype on Android devices. Trace also comes with various customizing options such as increasing or decreasing the width of the tracing line etc. The sensation which ships next month comes with HTC sense 3.0 and their are possibilities that trace is not backwards compatible, for HTC devices which don’t run HTC sense 3.0 .


  • kabir

    hey buddy well is it better than galaxy s ll nd worth money spending or will it be better to wait little further, for a better launch. I purchased i pad, two mnths ago now they ship in ipad 2.The ipad doesn’t have front camera similarly i dont want to be cheated again so kindly suggest me is it the correct time to purchase anaroid smart phone and if yes which one. my range is till 30k. and if know which other new release is coming and is it worth waiting….

    • jatin gupta

      go for galaxy s 2 there will b nothin like it in coming 1 year i m damn sure
      quad core processor will end up coming to india may b in 2012 so better just stick to galaxy s 2 this was said by engadget “its d best android phone ever made”

    • aseemcool007

      hey Kabir, glad you commented!
      see Samsung Galaxy S2 and the HTC sensation are both good phones. Like you said that you don’t want to be ‘cheated’ the second time, so i would rather suggest to wait for the HTC sensation and other 30k range smartphones till the HTC sensation comes, so that you can compare all and be satisfied.

      and the fact is that these smart phones will keep coming , it can still happen that you buy a phone and in the next 4 months a better phone gets launched with the same price tag! :)

      hope it helped!