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HTC Sensation Review
1 October 2013
Excerpt: The long-rumoured HTC Pyramid has finally been unmasked as the HTC Sensation , and takes over from the Desire HD as the company's Android flagship. We managed to get some hands-on time with the dual-core beast, to see if it lives up to our high expectations.
Summary: Its excellent design and user experience, coupled with its solid performance, make the HTC Sensation 4G one of the best Android phones yet and a top pick for T-Mobile customers.
Pros: The HTC Sensation 4G boasts a sleek, high-quality design with a gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display. The Android smartphone also features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 8-megapixel camera, and the HTC Sense user interface brings some thoughtful and useful new features.
Cons: The smartphone doesn't offer much internal memory, and the phone's speakers are pretty weak.
Conclusion: The Sensation is another hit in the making for HTC, bringing its reliably solid phone design alongside new developments and features. Technically, the screen isn’t as sharp as the iPhone 4, but it is bigger.
Conclusion: First the HTC Sensation was launched in Europe exclusively via Vodafone that offered the phone for free with a £30 ($48) tariff with a two-year contract. Then the unlocked version of the device was sold for about £549.98 ($903). After several weeks, the Sensation made its steps to the U.S.
Excerpt: HTC’s flagship for 2011 is the Sensation. It will see many variants on many carriers, and for some time it will be revered as a benchmark device against which all other smarpthones will be compared.
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a new phone to upgrade to or you want to try out an Android that’s premium-spec’ed and capable of ‘doing-it-all’, the HTC Sensation is no doubt a potential candidate.
Pros: Professional, slim design, High end hardware , quality display, snappy CPU – a decent combination of spec for Droid gamers, Runs latest Android Gingerbread out of the box, HTC Sense UI, Eight megapixel camera – performs well, captures above average photos compared to similar spec’ed smartphones
Cons: Can be pricey depending on your choice of contract, ensure you weigh out how much texts / mins / data you will actually need, Poor battery life remains to be most smartphones’ achille’s tendon, especially those with a large display, Lack of dedicated camera key will be somewhat inconvenient to ma...
The highly anticipated Sensation smartphone from HTC – review
30 July 2011
Conclusion: Although quite pricey, the Sensation from HTC is a quite powerful device with incredible display features. It does not look like the rest of the HTC family models that much, as it is incredible sleek and slim and it is equipped with one of the best long lasting batteries.