HTC Sensation 4G for sale early at Walmart bearing $148 price tag

HTC Sensation 4G for sale early at Walmart bearing $148 price tag
The HTC Sensation 4G is less than a week away from hitting T-Mobile's shelves bearing a price tag of $199 on contract. However, if you have your mind set on the shiny dual-core smartphone, you might want to head over to your local Walmart store and see if the Sensation 4G isn't for sale already.

According to numerous reports from happy HTC Sensation 4G owners, the smartphone can already be purchased at some Walmart stores throughout the country. The offer seems to be available to walk-in customers only so far, but it shouldn't be too long before the smartphone makes an appearance at the retailer's web page. What makes the deal even better is that Walmart is taking about $50 off the handset's price and is offering it for $148.88 with a 2-year agreement.

If you manage to get your hands on an HTC Sensation 4G, feel free to brag about it in the comments below. In the meantime, if you are not sure whether the smartphone is the right device for you, why don't you check our Sensation 4G review?

source: TmoNews

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Sensation 4G
  • Display 4.3" 540 x 960 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 0.3 MP VGA front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S3, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
  • Battery 1520 mAh(6.66h 3G talk time)



1. G2userLuvit

Posts: 23; Member since: Apr 09, 2011

whats the outright price at walmart

3. pimpstrong unregistered


13. Tristan unregistered

I read something regarding the HTC Sensation costing 160 off contract through an online retailer. It sounds crazy but they seem to be legit. Look into it.

14. itmustbejj unregistered

How to troll up organic search traffic for your blog 101. Maybe use another name besides the name you write the article as next time.

4. JHNY_DRKO unregistered

hey is that price the same for eligible upgrades?

5. spectre1006

Posts: 54; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

I would go for it but I dot want to give up my unlimited data with vzw... anyone have any ideas?

6. nb2six

Posts: 298; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

what phone do you currently have? do you want to lock in unlimited 4g data or do you already have it?

7. btbotimtim

Posts: 272; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

just wait till father's day event. it is only 3 days after the official release date. all phones might be free on contract.

8. doug21589

Posts: 2; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

Just picked up mine said i had to take it into t-mobile to get activated

11. Haikin unregistered

Picked my sensation last night, hands down best android smartphone out.

12. shanib09 unregistered

I picked up mine today and it i awesome. better than my g2x. I absolutely love it!!!

15. moabrocks unregistered

I called T-Mobile today threatned to cancel and they gave me the phone for staying on for 100.00 that of course is after the 50.00 rebate and a new 2 yr contract.

16. TRACI unregistered

I don't recommend this phone. I exchanged two already, battery life is so bad that you can be sure to be without if four hours after it's fully charged - and this when I kill ever app and use Juice Defender. The touchscreen has problems, calls drop all the time, I had a hell of a time using my Go Daddy IMAP settings (most likely go daddy) and I keep getting forced closures of the mail client. I have yet a third device on its way. Two more swaps and I can dump this junk. Don't get me wrong, it has lots of fun applications but it's hardly a mobile phone since I must be plugged in most of the day and the actual phone and messaging is spotty.

17. TRACI unregistered

FYI - My family uses the Galaxy S 4G and it's far superior to the HTC. I have three extra batteries now so that if I'm gone all day, I can expect to have a working telephone.

18. lookin_out_4U unregistered

So Wal-Mart has for $149. I've been reading all over the web that the phone is available for "$199 with contract". That is simply not true. I was at t-mobile yesterday. The retail price is $499 + tax. Sneaky t-mobile will allow you to purchase the phone for $199 DOWN, then they amortize the remaining $330 (includes tax) over 20 months and add it to your monthly bill! So in effect you are paying full price for the phone.

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