Excerpt: Very Bad Reception, Battery Life, call quality, loudspeaker, Audio Output, Heat Problem and weight it has very clear display nice brightness, performance also is very good when it has power the reception is the worst ever all the time it's in my pocket it has no signal
Excerpt: I got my Sensation in November and it was working fine, other than having to charge it sometimes twice a day. Then a week ago it seemed like it overheated and I couldn't get into my homescreen. It completely froze. I sent for a new one and only have it for a day when the same thing happened. I'm presently waiting for my third replacement to come and I'm really hoping that this one is good!
Excerpt: Great phone only thing that sucks is the battery and signal goes in and out. An touchscreen sometimes clicks nowhere near where you press. Screen and camera are beautiful and the dual flash really adds great clarity. HTC Facebook and Facebook app can make your contacts have multiple slots but luckily the link feature can sync them together even though it does it automatically randomly. They do give you the option at anytime to link contacts.
Excerpt: A must have phone! But I would like to see more and more software updates to optimize speed and battery life. I am waiting restlessly for the ICS update from HTC. I hope ICS will resolve many issues including battery life optimization, camera and multimedia feature enhancements etc.
Excerpt: HTC Sensation is a nice phone, the design of it is very presentable and its features are good and smart. The Camera quality is nice. But battery life is poor, ringing tone volume is soft, not able to do video call (unless use 3rd party software).
Excerpt: The HTC Sensation is a really good phone. Very beautiful design with HTC Sense and great durability. I also enjoyed the wifi calling app that comes with it. Display is beautiful. Call is good. Battery is only real major issue. Overall, I like it.
Easy To Use, great camera and easy to get on social media.
27 September 2011
Excerpt: I have had my HTC Sensation for a few months. It is a pretty nice phone. It is a little awkward to actually use as a phone, so i use it primarily to text, take photos, use the GPS and get on facebook and twitter. I also use this phone a lot out check on my email. When I am using it to talk, I notice that it gets pretty hot. That is not a good thing at all. The battery on this phone is poor. I have to fully charge it everyday. That is whether I use it or not.
Excerpt: My Desire HD was mutch better, nicer Build quality, better fitted in hand, battery was better. Of course this ir faster phone, but some time it just crashes, with Desire HD i had no such problems. Overall it is second best phone i have used after desire hd, and i have been used a lot.
HTC would have made HTC Sensation as sturdy as HTC Desire
davincianguy, Phone Arena
16 July 2011
Excerpt: I had HTC Desire before and was a perfect phone the only problem was the internal memory capacity. I think as being a very heavy user and a die hard fan of Android. But, had to part with it because of having to upgrade it to the latest OS Gingerbread. So, choose HTC Sensation as it was only phone that was available with GB. I was given option of SG2 but i do not like Samsung even if they make a great phone. Anyway this is how i got my HTC Sensation.
Pros: Works as it's expected
Cons: Screen bleeding problem in certain application widgets, Icon vanishes if phone is restarted or rebooted, ometimes, it just hangs or freezes with black blank screen and have to pull out the battery to restart it. There is no other option for it to reboot the phone.
Excerpt: PRO: Extremely customizable, very good at multi-tasking, great for web browsing, beautiful, tasteful, good connection, tons of Android apps available, fun to use. CONS: Can barely handle 1080p w/o manually closing all programs, then rebooting to play it back. More at home with 720p. The "stereo" recording mic is a joke. Sound recording is worse than my 2008 Nokia N82. It's choppy and quiet when played back on YouTube. The speaker plays music and phone calls too quietly.
Pros: Extremely customizable, very good at multi-tasking, great for web browsing, beautiful, tasteful, good connection, tons of Android apps available, fun to use.
Cons: Can barely handle 1080p w/o manually closing all programs, then rebooting to play it back. More at home with 720p. The "stereo" recording mic is a joke. Sound recording is worse than my 2008 Nokia N82. It's choppy and quiet when played back on YouTube. The speaker plays music and phone calls too quietly. HD look, LD sound. You cannot edit videos, only trim them. Androids don't have editors like iPhones or Symbian because they fragment. The software camera shutter and ...