Summary: El HTC Sensacion XL es un teléfono aparatoso, muy grande y vistoso. Pero si te gustan los diseños sobresalientes, como a mí, entonces te encantará tenerlo. Es muy rápido y ofrece versatilidad y un muy buen precio en relación a lo que ofrece. Compite con teléfonos inteligentes de firmas como Nokia y Samsung pero logra mantenerse como una opción más que considerable en relación calidad precio.
Summary: Overall opinion: Definitely one of the top entertainment mobile phones. Only the 3G-max download speeds limit this device, and when compared with all the other features you get, that’s not a hardship!
Summary: Like many people, my first Android phone was a HTC so I was actually quite excited at the prospect of trading my Nexus S in for the Sensation XL for a week for this review. I have to say, it’s delivered on my expectations and added a bit extra in! That’s not to say that this review is going to be an all singing and dancing “Hooray for HTC” type review, there are things about the phone that have frustrated and annoyed me such as the volume button being in a stupid spot...
Pros: Gorgeous screen, Snappy performance, Notification LED – Something I really like and miss on the Nexus S
Cons: Physically large handset is borderline cumbersome, Volume button poorly positioned for right-handed use, Power button is not very responsive
Summary: The HTC Sensation XL comes with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), Sense UI, a 4.7-inch WVGA display, a 1.5GHz single-core processor, 16GB or 32GB of internal memory, an 8-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash, and a front-facing camera.
Conclusion: The HTC Sensation XL is a solid and high quality phone with skull-splittingly loud audio playback through the supplied Beats Audio headgear. You get a good camera that copes well in most conditions and the fast processor means that there’s virtually no shutter lag. Scrolling through web pages and maps is super-quick and games load quickly and play like a charm. We only have one real moan with the XL and that’s the decision to not include a microSD card slot.
Pros: Great camera, Good amount of internal storage, High end audio performance, Beats Audio urBeats headphones included
Cons: No micro SD card slot, Not the highest resolution screen, Perhaps too big for some
Summary: We almost like the HTC Sensation XL. It’s stylish, easy to use, has a great camera, the large screen has some benefits and the Beat Audio headphones we know will appeal to some. However, you pay for the privilege of getting those headphones, and on most other fronts this phone just doesn’t add up. It’s screen is low res, it’s processor is slower than the competition, and all told other handsets simply offer more for the money.
Pros: Bright, clear screen, Good stills camera, HTC Sense 3.5, Great audio quality with Beats, Comfortable to use despite its size
Cons: Some performance issues, Lower-specced than its brothers, More expensive than its brothers, No microSD card slot, Terrible video quality
Summary: The HTC Sensation XL has some good points and also no so good points, the camera is fine for photos, but not so good for recording video, the display on the device is pretty good though and this is one of the devices plus points. Overall the HTC Sensation XL isn’t a bad Android smartphone, but considering its price there are definitely better Android smartphones out there for the same money.
Excerpt: It's not coming to the United States, but if you're looking for a nice Android phone to purchase unlocked, the HTC Sensation XL could be the phone. Packing a 1.5 GHz single-core Scorpion CPU, Sensation XL has a 4.7-inch Super LCD (WVGA) display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, a front-facing shooter, 1,600 mAh battery, and Android 2.3.5 with HTC's Sense 3.5.
Excerpt: It's not coming to the United States, but if you're looking for a nice Android phone to purchase unlocked, the HTC Sensation XL could be the phone. Featuring a 1.5 GHz single-core Scorpion CPU, it offers a 4.7-inch Super LCD (WVGA) display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, a front-facing camera, 1,600 mAh battery, and Android 2.3.5 with HTC Sense 3.5. It comes with Beats Audio integration, so you'll get a pair of iBeats headphones in the box.