HTC Addresses Multitasking Concerns For One X, S, V – Calls It “Sense” Optimized | Tech NEWS

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Before the release of the HTC One X, S and V, HTC was making the rounds, touting Sense 4.0 as the lightest, leanest version of their Android skin ever. We were inclined to believe them after seeing how zippy and kicky swift Sense was, not only real world usability tests, but in benchmarks as well.

As it turns out, Sense may not be as lean as we once thought. The internet has been abuzz recently, after a user uploaded a video showcasing a exclusively Sense multitasking issue, in which the HTC One X will keep only a very minimal amount of apps paused in the background. The result are apps that demand to reloaded when revisiting them again.

HTC’s response? It’s “Sense optimized.” And that’s just the way they like it. The boys at HTC issued this official statement on the matter:

HTC is cognizant of some questions in the enthusiast neighborhood about how the HTC One X handles multitasking and memory management for background apps. We value the neighborhood’s input and are always looking for ways to enhance customers’ experience with our devices. That said, right now multitasking is operating usually according to our custom memory management specifications which balance core ICS features with a consistent HTC Sense experience.

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