Reviews and Problems with HTC Sensation / Pyramid / Z710e
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6 December 2011
Conclusion: Well made, packed with features such as an 8-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, dual-core processing and more, there's a lot to like about the HTC Sensation. The huge screen sadly has an impact on battery life, which is our biggest issue with this handset. If battery life doesn't matter to you, however, it could well be worth a look.
Pros: The 4.3-inch screen on the HTC Sensation is the smartphone's real party piece. With a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, it's incredibly sharp, with text and images looking very crisp. Websites also look great, with enough space onscreen to fit lots of text on. With a 1.2GHz processor, the HTC Sensation was never likely to be lacking in power, and so it proves. The processor is a dual-core chip, so you'll also be able to carry out a couple of tasks without noticing a big...
Cons: Although the screen on the HTC sensation is impressive from a sharpness point of view, it can't match the very best from Samsung when it comes to colour reproduction. A phone with a 4.3-inch screen won't suit everybody, either, and it will prove too large for lots of users. The big screen also affects the HTC Sensation's battery life, and we frequently found ourselves recharging it in under a day.
Excerpt: Next up in the mobile phone big league is the HTC Sensation. Making its debut into the Indian market only very recently, it’s the latest edition to the Dual Core enabled smartphones and is out to give LG’s Optimus 2X and the Galaxy S II a run for their Rupee. It hit our labs and after putting it through the wringer, here’s what I can tell you.
Conclusion: HTC Sensation jest świetnym smartfonem, ale przy podobnej cenie ustępuje lepszemu Samsungowi Galaxy S2. Tylko z tego powodu go nie polecamy. Jednak jeśli możecie go bardzo tanio nabyć u swojego operatora lub jesteście jego posiadaczami, na pewno spełni wasze oczekiwania.