(Posts: 359; Member since: 05 Mar 2011)
Wow the writing in this article is very flowery. Must be the new writer. He is too clever for his own good lolol. I applied for the writing position but I never heard back :-( ...damn bastards.
bitter winter (unregistered)
wow, another htc phone that looks just like the evo, desire hd, etc. etc. man, get a new designer already!!! just because it is a touch screen doesn't mean you cannot make is look like a bently, a jag, something sexy and appealing..PASS for me!!!
(Posts: 387; Member since: 30 Apr 2011)
iPhone is still selling well
the destroyer of icraps (unregistered)
its not that hard to sell the icrap when u got people who are only impressed with the apple sign on the back....now for people that know what a real smartphone is we pick android or windows phones because those are the real smartphones
(Posts: 373; Member since: 24 Nov 2008)
The only thing this device has in common OS that it runs Android and it has a 4.3 inch screen. Now in regards to sexy and appealing how about an Audi R8 or Gallardo? Now that's sexy!
I'm just curious what are you looking for them to change on the design?
(Posts: 33; Member since: 16 May 2011)
Unless I'm mistaken, this phone only has 14.4mbps HSDPA, not 21 mbps HSDPA like the Samsung Galaxy. That's pretty important IMHO. Especially since T-Mobile has other phones capable of 21mbps HSDPA (G2x and the original Galaxy S 4G)
(Posts: 33; Member since: 16 May 2011)
I meant to say Galaxy S II in the first sentence
G2x is only 14.4mbps
How come this site keeps saying there's so much buzz around the htc sensation but there's been no coverage or anything on it....I mean the sensation already came out on may 19th in UK. Shouldn't there be some reviews or hands-on?
(Posts: 45; Member since: 19 Nov 2009)
Will this phone work on AT&T 3g frequency?
AT&T uses GSM technology, which is the same as T-mobile. In theory, an unlocked device should work on its network.
(Posts: 63; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Sorry, I have no Desire for this device.... I personally dont like anything about sense UI, i think its rather bland, only thing cool about it is the visuals for the weather widget......
really the phones im watiting for on T-mo are, ......
The tmobile hercules or samsung hercules ( whatever it called)
this new bold 9900, being ive been an BB user for four years on Tmo
or a newer mango wp7 phone with 4g and wi fi calling
cuz i have a zune and it is a great mp3/video/movie device, love the fluid panel display
i mean its not up on web browsing or apps but hands down a better mp3 player
so these wp7 phones intrigue me
Right now i have a samsung vibrant...very cool phonehas a lot of pluses some negative things...love the super amoled , i use it cuz i broke my bold 9700, such a superb PHONE, yes i said it phone, not multi media device....all u fan boys loving droid or apple forget the the call quality speaker and technology of the berry were far ahead for a long time , anf the "curve"line was their consumer phone, business love and easy to use charge once every three day phone with superb quality, ansd a speaker phone u can talk into or hear out of from across the conference table......
but really idc for the samsung galaxy s 2 i mean yeah its a juggernaut but its 800 dollars over seas i gauruntee it will be like 300 on contract here if not more, really crazy
but i def miss BBM im 26 and at all the bars, and coffee shops, and restuarants and stores, all the girls still use blackberry cuz there great to type on and well bbm is like the best flirting , new aim, mini facebook app on the planet....best way to chat ppl up
so really im torn between this new tmobile hercules or herculan or a newer berry with liquid crystal display and 1 gig processor and touch
and stop hating on berry, i laugh cuz i see so many more girls buying em, and hell guys what we always chasing besides paper......?
(Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
Damn! cry me a river, wait! scratch that, an ocean.
(Posts: 42; Member since: 06 Jun 2010)
Its such a hot phone...One issue though.......SIGNED BOOTLOADER and yes that is a dealbreaker
How come people simply ignore the fact that HTC chose a chipset based on ARM Cortex 8? Even if someone thought that it doesn't matter that this device is set to compete with phones based on Cortex 9, there is no more room for speculations - the test results are out. Slashgear isn't the only site to compare these chipsets and the newer platform outpaced the old one by nearly 50%. Yes, perhaps the tests are chipset-biased; perhaps the phone should be judged after a few real world tests... but the theory and the facts available now are obvious - HTC came to a gunfight with a knife