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Feel the Sensation on June 8th via T-Mobile

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Feel the Sensation on June 8th via T-Mobile
The HTC Sensation 4G has picked up a large following among cell phone fanatics with many wanting the handset to be their next smartphone. We recently showed you a video made by HTC that details all of the features on the device.

First of all, HTC Sense 3.0 is on board with Android 2.3 underneath. The new version of Sense allows you to receive information from your lock screen, reducing to zero the number of clicks required to see information important to you. Speed is of the essence with the HTC Sensation  and the dual-core Qualcomm 1.2GHz processor points that out. Transitions present 3D style animation, similar to what HTC put on its Flyer tablet. The Super LCD display is 4.3 inches with qHD resolution and contoured glass to prevent scratches. The 16:9 aspect ratio lets yopu watch movies as they were "intended to be seen". A .3MP VGA camera on front allows for video chats and self-portraits.

One of the most talked about features on the HTC Sensation 4G is the 8MP camera on the back of the unit. The camera takes a picture the instant the shutter is snapped with no lags. There is a dual-LED flash and video is captured in full HD at 1080p at a 30fps rate.

A leaked internal T-Mobile memo from a dealer shows that the HTC Sensation 4G is expected to launch June 8th by the carrier. No pricing details were revealed. Yesterday we reported that Target will be offering the model for $199.99 with a 2 year contract and could be gearing up for a June 12th launch for the phone.

source: TmoNews


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