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HTC Sensation 99HNA037-00 Single SIM Black smartphone

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Sensation - GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 10.922 cm (4.3 ") qHD 540x960, 768MB RAM, 1GB, microSD, 8MP, 3G, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, 1520 mAh, 148g
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HTC Sensation 99HNA037-00, 10.9 cm (4.3"), 540 x 960 pixels, 1.2 GHz, Android, Black
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HTC Sensation 99HNA037-00. Display diagonal: 10.9 cm (4.3"), Display resolution: 540 x 960 pixels. Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz. SIM card capability: Single SIM. Operating system installed: Android. Battery capacity: 1520 mAh. Colour of product: Black. Weight: 148 g

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-31
Testseek has collected 291 expert reviews for HTC Sensation 99HNA037-00 Svart smartphone and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
83%
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recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-30
Picking up where HTC’s hit smartphone, the Desire HD, left off, the Sensation is their new flagship phone. It’s a powerful dual-core superphone, with an equally large (but slightly thinner) screen, and yet more features added to HTC’s Sense interface.W...
Bottom line 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. Pitting the HTC Sensation against the Samsung...
100%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation almost has a clear run. With no new iPhone in sight, Motorola’s Atrix stuck on one network and LG shooting itself in the same foot time and again, HTC’s super-phone has the limelight. Its only real competition? The awesome, dual-...
Good Huge screen, super speed, HTC Watch...
Bad Sense 3.0 is not the radical overhaul you'd expect...
Bottom line It's a friendlier phone than the Samsung Galaxy S 2, but eclipsed in every other aspect...
100%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
The HTC Sensation is possibly the most anticipated Android phone yet. The spectacularly specced phone, complete with dual-core processor and high-res display is just about the only thing that can take on the mighty Samsung Galaxy S 2 right now for the...
Bottom line It’s the friendliest superphone yet, even if more hardcore gadget fiends will prefer the Samsung Galaxy S 2′s brute strengthLoveWatch movie service, HDMI-out skills, raw powerHateScreen can’t match Samsung’s for sheer eye popping glorySpecs:Screen: 4.3...
100%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
This is the first smartphone handset from HTC to use the company's latest HTC Sense software, which sits on top of the Android operating system and adds some graphical and usability enhancements.It has a large 4.3in display, the same as you would find...
Good Looks superb; thin and portable; good sound quality...
Bad Expensive; not as light as some HTC models; camera quality relatively poor...
Bottom line Even though the cameras leave a bit to be desired this is still a superb smartphone...
100%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-07
Late in June, HTC entered the New Zealand Android market with the compact Wildfire S and high-powered Sensation.As smartphones go, the Sensation is one of the larger models out there. Though just 11mm thick, it has a 126 x 65mm body and generous 4.3-in...
100%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
With the HTC Sensation, it’s perhaps easy to raise concerns that HTC is at risk of getting a reputation for releasing too many minor upgrades to their range, with so many handsets similar in both looks and features as the model released before it.It’s a p...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-16
It all adds upBut it's an Android phone isn't it, so can it really be that much better than any other? Yes, because in almost all respects it's slightly better than the competition, and the accumulation of those little improvements adds up to something qu...
100%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Design, Screen and CameraHTC is on a roll at the moment, updating its line-up of mobile phones for 2011, but does the the newly announced Sensation offer anything really different from the others that are available?At Mobile World Congress, HTC announc...
Good Overall the HTC Sensation is certainly a very impressive piece of kit. From the design through the display, hardware and software, HTC has created a topoftheline superphone that looks set to compete with and even outclass the other dual core phones heading our way like the Samsung Galaxy S II, the LG Optimus 2X and the Motorola Atrix.
Bad Of course, the big question remains, with all these phones, do we need all that power? We're still erring on the side of saying no we'd rather have longer battery life, better quality cameras, shutter buttons for said cameras, improved call quality, etc. But, maybe we'll change out minds once some new and amazing apps and games start to take full advantage of all that power we can't wait for that...
90%
channelnews.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Australians have only just been introduced to HTC's Incredible S, albeit with a Gingerbread flavour, but the company's latest offering is creating a sensation in the UK and US. So should you take the plunge now or hold out for the company's first dual-...
Good Overall the HTC Sensation is certainly a very impressive piece of kit. From the design through the display, hardware and software, HTC has created a top-of-the-line superphone that looks set to compete with and even outclass the other dual core phones heading our way like the Samsung Galaxy S II, the LG Optimus 2X and the Motorola Atrix.
Bad Of course, the big question remains, with all these phones, do we need all that power? We're still erring on the side of saying no - we'd rather have longer battery life, better quality cameras, shutter buttons for said cameras, improved call quality, etc. But, maybe we'll change out minds once some new and amazing apps and games start to take full advantage of all that power - we can't wait for...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
HTC has gone from being an unknown manufacturer for bigger brands to one spewing out leading Android smartphones. The Desire was a landmark phone in the fight against the iPhone, but now tech has moved up a level - can the HTC Sensation stay at the sha...
Good Premium build, Fast operation, Pin-sharp screen, Accurate keyboard, Slick 3D animations...
Bad Awful battery life, Still poor in direct light, Video player erratic, Power button slightly lost, Camera needs to be faster...
Bottom line HTC has gone from being an unknown manufacturer for bigger brands to one spewing out leading Android smartphones. The Desire was a landmark phone in the fight against the iPhone, but now tech has moved up a level - can the HTC Sensation stay at the sha...
90%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2011-10-28
G oogle’s Android operating system is very popular. As the first Android provider, HTC is reaping the benefits with a wide assortment of Android smartphones. A recent Nielson study shows that Android is the biggest in the U.S. with 39%, followed by App...
Bottom line H TC is bringing a fun addition to its Android smartphone portfolio with the HTC Sensation. The HTC Sense interface over the Android operating system makes it a typical HTC smartphone. The only thing I do not like is the scrolling through the menu...
86%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Good Dualcore processor, Large, highresolution screen, 8megapixel main camera, Updated HTC Sense interface...
Bad Chunkier than the dualcore competition, Screen viewability is not great outdoors, Only 1GB of internal storage, Battery life could be better...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation has a fast dual-core processor and a high-resolution 4.3in. screen. The physical design is good, and we're pleased to see Polaris Office in the software bundle. HTC Sense continues to evolve, and you can use the handset for purchasing...
84%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Bottom line The HTC Sensation looks great, feels great and performs extremely well, but despite its broadly comparable specification, it just isn’t in the same league as the spectacular Samsung Galaxy S II. So, while it’s a highly capable and desirable Android sma...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
The Sensation proudly shows HTC’s design pedigree, with a multi-textured rear case and a silver finish for the buttons and forward speaker. The phone is a solid block of a unit, weighing in at 148g, putting it into the heavyweight category compared to...
Bottom line In the world of dual-core phones, the Australian market has already seen offerings from Motorola, LG and Samsung and now, finally, HTC has release its model, the much anticipated Sensation...
83%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Sensation is a high-end handset, and that stretches to the connectivity options on offer, including 3G/3G+, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS augmented with navigation from Google and TeleAtlas to provide offline access. In general, connecting to the mobile...
Good Usability and finish quality, Rich, intuitive Sense user interface, General responsiveness, Audio quality and 1080p video recording, Screen accurately reproduces colours...
Bad Screen has narrow viewing angles and weak contrast ratio, Heavy, Media player doesn't support enough video formats and struggles with 1080p video, Battery life could be better, WiFi signal can be lost on some units depending on how you hold the phone...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is a great handset that can definitely stand up to the latest wave of competition. It's a smartphone for anybody that wants a mobile that's fun to use and can put in a great performance with multimedia, but the Samsung Galaxy S II rem...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation is something of a latecomer to the dual-core smartphone party but the wait has been worth it. Packing in a 1.2GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera, high-resolution screen, and a stunning design, it most definitely lives up to its name. As e...
Good Large, high resolution screen, Super fast dualcore processor, Good camera with bright LEDs, Beautiful chassis design...
Bad Poor battery life, Screen quality could be better...
80%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
One of the key players in this crowded market is HTC who a few years ago were relatively unknown but now offer a wide range of devices, including tablets, with new models hitting the shelves regularly. One of the more recent handsets is the Sensation...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is an extremely accomplished device offering high end specifications and a solid build quality thanks to the aluminium backplate. In terms of design its shape make it a pleasure to hold and to operate and combining these excellent er...
80%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
The Sensation is the company’s latest ‘multimedia superphone’ but you’d be forgiven for being underwhelmed at first. The 4.3in, 960 x 640 screen is striking, but the chassis lacks the premium feel of rivals.Things get much more exciting in action. The...
Good Fast interface, plentiful features including DLNA and video rental service, sounds good.
Bad Video performance could be better, only 1GB internal memory as standard...
80%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation has joined the dual-core party alongside arch-rival the Samsung Galaxy S II. The new HTC smartphone boasts Android 2.3, code-named 'Gingerbread', plus an updated version of the HTC Sense user interface and a large, high-resolution sc...
Good Clever lock screen, large highresolution display...
Bad The screen isn't great in bright sunlight.
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is a good, solid handset, and it sits well at the head of HTC's Android range. Dual-core smartphones are suddenly burgeoning, and for us Samsung has the best offering, by a whisker, with the Galaxy II S. But if you're a fan of HTC and...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
HTC’s latest high-ender is the first dual core device from the Taiwanese company and offers a huge screen, improved 8Mp camera, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest HTC Sense user interface. The HTC Sensation is available from Vodafone only to begin...
Bottom line Another quality handset from HTC and this is the hero of the bunch, with a fast dual core processor, the latest Sense user interface goodies, Android 2.3 and, for once, the company manages to build a half-decent camera. ® More Android Smartphone Revie...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
One of many dual-core handsets now hitting the market, the Sensation is HTC's new flagship phone. Costing around £500 SIM-free, it's likely to attract people who want an alternative to the iPhone or those considering other dual-core Android handsets. A...
Good Great screen, better than average battery life, excellent user interface, good email support...
Bad Expensive, heavier and bulkier than the Samsung Galaxy S II...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is a terrific phone. It's slick and powerful and HTC's Sense interface makes it a visual joy to use. It's a little light on business features, though, while the basics like Exchange support are covered...
80%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Sensation is far more powerful than its predecessors, but the tweaks to the new Sense interface are mainly cosmetic. It's a shame that the HTCSense.com backup service doesn't work yet, and that the snapper is disappointing compared to that on the...
Good Goodsize HD display; new unlock screen works well; easy to use; top email and web offerings; great touchdisplay; new 3D appearance...
Bad Average snapper; HTCSense.com backup does not work; small tweaks in Sense 3.0; 3D effects are a matter of taste...
80%
tech.uk.msn.com
Updated:
2013-11-06
HTC HTC's first crack at a dual-core processor handset is a resounding success. Review The HTC Sensation is the George Foreman to Samsung's Muhammad Ali of handsets, the Galaxy S2. It's not quite as flash, a solid fighter rather than a showboater. But i...
Bottom line HTC's first crack at a dual-core processor handset is a resounding success. Review The HTC Sensation is the George Foreman to Samsung's Muhammad Ali of handsets, the Galaxy S2. It's not quite as flash, a solid fighter rather than a showboater. But it's s...
80%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Tweet After an extremely busy first half of 2011, HTC adds yet another Android phone in its long line of smartphones. With HTC's brand recognition booming right now, the Sensation arrives on extremely good footing, but does it deliver the exper...
Good Solid, familiar design, New Sense UI, Sharp, colourful display, Decent camera...
Bad Poor battery life, No HDMI port on the handset, Some software instability, Performance could be punchier...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is a good phone with loads of features, but we did expect a little more grunt from the dual-core processor and it could definitely use a bigger battery.
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation is not a small phone. Carrying it around in an unusually uncluttered handbag this week, we were very conscious of its bulk. It’s crafted from slabs of metal and weighs an above-average but not unreasonable 148g. However, it’s...
Bottom line HTC calls the Sensation a ‘multimedia superphone’ and given its razor-sharp screen, generally decent video playback (excepting Adobe Flash) and great audio, we can see why. If you can handle its sheer size, this is both an excellent phone and...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation is not a small phone. Carrying it around in an unusually uncluttered handbag this week, we were very conscious of its bulk. It’s crafted from slabs of metal and weighs an above-average but not unreasonable 148g. However, it’s broad as...
Bottom line HTC calls the Sensation a ‘multimedia superphone’ and given its razor-sharp screen, generally decent video playback (excepting Adobe Flash) and great audio, we can see why. If you can handle its sheer size, this is both an excellent phone and a superio...
80%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
One of the key players in this crowded market is HTC who a few years ago were relatively unknown but now offer a wide range of devices, including tablets, with new models hitting the shelves regularly. One of the more recent handsets is the Sensation...
Bottom line The HTC Sensation is an extremely accomplished device offering high end specifications and a solid build quality thanks to the aluminium backplate. In terms of design its shape make it a pleasure to hold and to operate and combining these excellent er...
80%
crn.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
The Sensation proudly shows HTC's design pedigree, with a multi-textured rear case and a silver finish for the buttons and forward speaker. The phone is a solid block of a unit, weighing in at 148g, putting it into the heavyweight category compared to Sam...
Bottom line A solid phone that's missing a beat on performance, but features impressive usability. While not quite a world beater, HTC's first dual-core smartphone has a lot to offer...
67%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
HTC isn't shy when it comes to naming its phones, with the Hero, Desire, Legend and Incredible now joined by the equally bombastic Sensation. This confidence works when the phone displays a level of quality to match the name, but the Samsung Galaxy S II h...
Bottom line A well-built Android phone with plenty of power and a slick UI, but it just isn't as good as the Samsung Galaxy S II in the vital areas...
67%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Manufactures – and HTC in particular – have released so many Android smartphones over the past two years that picking the right one can be a nightmare. The HTC Sensation is the latest addition, offering a 4.3-inch screen, 1.2GHz processor and a host of...
Good 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 y...
Bad 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...
Bottom line 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 han...
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
It seemed like HTC was falling behind in the mobile processing power race, but all that changed when the dual core Sensation was unveiled. The flagship device combines Android 2.3 with the manufacturer’s own Sense user interface, and is definitely a st...
Bottom line A fine dual-core smartphone with a neat design, but it’s just pipped by the slicker and cheaper Samsung Galaxy S II...
60%
itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-31
The phone is a solid block of a unit. It weighs in at 148 grams, putting it into the heavyweight category compared to Samsung's rather svelte Galaxy SII .It's also a bit thicker, hitting the 11-millimetre mark at the apex of its gently curved back. The so...
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delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Jenneth Orantia turned her back on a lucrative career in law to pursue her unhealthy obsession with consumer technology. She's known for having at least half a dozen of the latest gadgets on her person at a time, and once won a bottle of Dom Perignon for...
Bottom line The Sensation wraps an impressive selection of features into a beautifully-designed (albeit derivative) body. While it lags behind the performance of other dual-core smartphones we've tested, it manages to redeem itself with its stylish design, large hig...
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T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
its latest smartphone the Sensation, the first in its range to reach the UK to include a dual-core processor. T3 was lucky enough to have a look at it and here are our first early impressions. In terms of specifications, it’s similar to the LG...
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pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC Sensation is a phone about numbers: except for sidestepping the “world’s thinnest” competition, it smacks down a heavy spec sheet: 1.2GHz processor, dual-core, 8-megapixel camera, 1080p video recording, 4.3-inches, 960 x 540 pixels. About the...
Good Power, HTC Watch brings easy access to movies, lock screen options are comprehensive, latest version of Android...
Bad Too soon to tell, but there is the chance that HTC Sense governs your device experience a little too muchFirst Impressions Fantastic design fused with high-end specs results in a device that appears to answer the critics: and a few tweaks add some nift...
Bottom line Fantastic design fused with high-end specs results in a device that appears to answer the critics: and a few tweaks add some nifty features too...
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zath.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
0emailThe recently released HTC Sensation, dubbed as a ‘multimedia superphone’, is probably the biggest iPhone competitor on the market right now, with impressive specs which include a 4.3-inch qHD display and dual core processor. Running Google’s late...
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techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-02-28
Unlike Samsung’s Galaxy S II, which can be described as the boisterous Kanye West of smartphones, the Sensation is no showboat. This despite the fact that, just like the SII, it boasts with a 4.3” screen and a dual-core processor.In our opinion the Sen...
Good HTC Sense 3.0, fast, nice screen...
Bad No backlight for onscreen soft buttons, some instances of screen unresponsiveness, loudspeaker could have been better, no Gorilla Glass...
Bottom line The Sensation is exactly what a good smartphone should be like in 2011. This flagship phone is not flashy, instead providing classy looks, a good screen and solid performance. HTC’s Sense 3.0 user interface is the clincher though – it made us wish for...
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techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-17
So a few days back we upgraded our HTC Sensation to the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update . Pretty much after taking it for a quick tour, the Sensation hit the drawer whilst I finished our Samsung Galaxy Note review ( see the unboxing here ).Ea...
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techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-17
So last night we updated our HTC Sensation to the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system alongside HTC's updated Sense UI 3.6.Here's some screenshots from our update device, showing off some of the cool new features introduced by ICS.[scrollGalle...
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techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-17
At Mobile World Congress 2011, HTC announced several new smartphones, all of which failed to live up to the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy SII which was announced at the same time. Fast-forward a few months and we have the HTC Sensation, a new top-o...
Bad One thing that I've always really enjoyed about Sense UI is the animation when you first unlock the device. The nifty thing is that if on the home screen straight from unlock, the weather will be amplified across the screen. However, it was really hard to...
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product-reviews.net
Updated:
2014-06-04
The guys over at Three UK were generous enough to loan us the HTC Sensation for a fortnight to let us get some proper hands-on time with it, usually our hands-ons with smartphones are pretty short, however after two weeks with the HTC Sensation we have ha...
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crowdedbrain.co.uk
Updated:
2014-03-20
When we went to the GadgetShow Live yesterday we had a call from our contact at eXpansys that HTC were going to make an announcement mid-afternoon relating to a new product that they are launching.While we waited at the eXpansys stand for what seemed like...
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channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
A well-built Android phone with plenty of power and a slick UI, but it just isn’t as good as the Samsung Galaxy S II in the vital areas HTC isn’t shy when it comes to naming its phones, with the Hero, Desire, Legend and Incredible now joined by the equ...
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tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
When HTC announced 5 new phones at MWC earlier this year there was some criticism that there wasn't a dual-core model there in the lineup. With LG and Samsung there with handsets featuring dual-core CPU's the expectation was that HTC should at least be...
Bottom line Let me start with a simple statement. The HTC Sensation is currently my favourite Android device. It ticks all the boxes and I do love that it has a high resolution display. The battery life is a little disappointing, probably because of the dual-core...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2011-11-07
There’s been a lot of hype surrounding the HTC Sensation since it was , and for good reason; it’s HTC’s first dual-core device that will hopefully push them to the forefront of high-end devices once again. I can tell you now, that’s not the case. HTC s...
Good The qHD, Super TFT display — close to the best out there, Sense UI is extremely user friendly for firsttimers, Instantcapture camera function, excellent video quality, Fairly snappy 1.2GHz dualcore CPU...
Bad Not the greatest design, feels heavy, “deathgrip” does kill WiFi in some normal use, HTC have their own channel in the Market which removes the “your apps” icon...
Bottom line I enjoyed using the Sensation, not as much as I thought I would though. I see the Sensation as a real competitor against the Galaxy S II but in the same way they’re both very different, but that’s the great thing about Android, you get all this choic...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-06-13
Since the iPhone 4S has just been announced by Apple, we thought we'd put it head to head against some of the leading Android devices currently available and the rumoured specs of the Nexus Prime. All of them are dual-core, all of them are sparkly, but so...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-07-09
First off, this isn't the HTC Sensation review — that's coming in a few days once I've spent some more quality time with the device. For now I'm giving you my initial thoughts on what is to become HTC's flagship device. Just like all phones it has its pro...
Good First off, this isn't the HTC Sensation review — that's coming in a few days once I've spent some more quality time with the device. For now I'm giving you my initial thoughts on what is to become HTC's flagship device. Just like all phones it has its pro...
Bad We've always known Sense UI to be a more complete user interface (UI) in comparison to any other custom Android UI currently available. You've got tonnes of cool widgets that all look nice and do a great job at what they're meant to do (show weather, text...
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whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
HTC has finally entered the dual-core smartphone race with the launch of the HTC Sensation. With three other models already fighting it out, it won’t be an easy battle to win.Finally, there’s a speed test with Neocore (1.2GHz, dual-core, Qualcomm Snapdrag...
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coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-16
The HTC Sensation was announced not long after Mobile World Congress and with high specs was clearly going to be their flagship phone for a while. I was invited to London for the announcement of the Sensation where I was also lucky enough to get some...
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