HTC Sensation 4G is set to wow
HTC has certainly done quite well for itself over the years, coming up with phones that play to the gallery, supporting different operating systems across multiple handsets just so that their eggs will not be in a single basket. This strategy has served them more than well, and with the inclusion of the HTC Sense user interface over the stock Android UI, it has worked in their favor with Samsung and the rest of the smartphone market being unable to come near HTC in this aspect.
Well, it pleases us to bring you the latest model from HTC known as the Sensation 4G – where this smartphone will dance to the 4G spectrum as you can tell from its name. Using premium design elements to make sure that it goes along with your expensive suit nicely, the HTC Sensation 4G will also carry on the “tradition” of featuring the latest customer-focused HTC Sense experience.
T-Mobile is preparing to roll out the HTC Sensation 4G sometime this summer, although an exact release date and pricing have yet to be revealed. Your eyes will notice the pleasant aesthetics, not to mention enjoy the 4.3-inch qHD display that is capable of rolling out high-resolution widescreen viewing. Don’t worry about not having enough processing firepower to keep the Sensation 4G going with the latest games on the Android platform, since it is powered by a dual core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Apart from that, there is also an 8-megapixel camera which will be able to shoot great looking shots no matter where you are, while the new instant capture feature lets you capture the current moment without any worries on missing out on the moment. It can also handle full HD video in 1080p resolution, complete with full stereo sound, at up to 30 frames per second – now isn’t that a class above most of the other handsets that you’ve come across?
Of course, with such high end specifications, you can be sure that the price point isn’t going to be cheap, so expect it to be on the more expensive side of things when it comes out – say, to the tune of $200 with a 2-year contract?