|HTC One running Android 4.3 with Sense 5.5|
|The new lockscreen PIN input|
I use a PIN to lock my phone and the PIN entry is now transparent so you get to see your wallpaper much more clearly. I'm not so sure I like the change though. Now the keys are less distinct, so I find myself sometimes wondering if I've pressed the buttons.
|BlinkFeed can be turned off from the widgets panel|
Battery life improvements
I can't be sure from just a day's use but I think battery life's a bit better now. I'll have to observe battery use for a while to make a comparison.
Google can't make up it's mind?
I noticed a new app called Play Magazines appeared just before the update. After the update an app update came and replaced it with Play Newsstand. What the heck? That was quick. Google Talk lasted much longer than that.
|Additional keyboards appeared after the update|
It's not as vibrant as the old ones but there's now screen after screen after screen filled with smileys you can use when texting. I kinda liked the old smileys but having lots more options to choose from isn't so bad either.
Refreshed UI for the Gallery and Music apps
The Gallery and Music apps now have a different design which... I'm fine with for Gallery but am not so sure it works well for music. But I do like the new progress indicator on the music widget. The buttons strangely feels less responsive though.
Do not disturb mode
|A new Do Not Disturb is now available|
Quicker access to the Play Store and settings in launcher
|Pull down and hold for a second or two in the launcher and a Action Bar appears|
So far I haven't noticed anything else. I'm sure there's more little things here and there that's changed in the new update. Here's to hoping the Android 4.4 update arrives on the HTC One too.