With just over a week to go before HTC unveils its “All New One” we know pretty much everything about the device’s hardware inside and out, but what about its software? A leaked carrier promotion last week hinted at a few new features included with the company’s upcoming Sense 6.0 UI, but this weekend YouTuber Greg Draven gave us a full walkthrough of the new Android skin after managing to install it on his HTC One.

The video reveals a bit more about Sense 6.0, including a revamped user interface and some new motion gesture controls. Double tapping on the phone in standby mode will apparently wake it up (we wonder where HTC got that idea), while swiping to the left brings you straight to the phone’s widget panel. The new software also appears to feature some sort of integration with Beats Music, as well as an updated UI for the camera and lockscreen.

It’s likely HTC is still putting the finishing touches on Sense 6.0, so the video we’re seeing today probably won’t be the final version of the UI we see on the All New HTC One next week. TechnoBuffalo will be covering the announcement live from NYC on March 25. Check back soon for our full coverage and any new leaks that pop up before then.