HTC Sensation Convex Screen Hands-On Photos
HTC’s newest smartphone, the ‘Sensation’ is definitely starting life in the fast lane and will have some of its competitors looking over their shoulder. The HTC Sensation is not much different in looks to some of HTC’s other models, such as the HTC Desire S, but when it comes to features, the others don’t compare.
With features like a dual-core, 1.2GHz processor (under its cover), the new HTC Sense 3.0 software and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. In addition, with more features than HTC’s standard Android devices, including a lock screen you can customise with previews and shortcuts the Sensation sets itself apart from the others.
The HTC Sensation also sports a huge (slightly convex) LCD 4.3-inch screen that has a 16:9 aspect ratio, which means that like a wide-screen telly, you do not get the black bars above and below. However, there is more, as HTC’s new Watch film store makes its first appearance on the Sensation. Watch will enable you to rent or buy films, which can only be watched on HTC devices; this is great news for all those film buffs out their thinking of getting their hands on this smartphone.
Also, with other features including an 8-megapixel camera, so you can shoot your own 1080p video and a 0.3-megapixel camera on the front of the phone that is ideal for video calling and self-portraits (for the vain few out there). HTC have also said they have tried to speed up the camera, so the shot capture is faster.
If you are interested in the HTC Sensation, which is expected to release May/June (depending on which network you want), why not check out our articles featuring the promo video of the device and walkthrough-videos or the hands-on gallery photos provided by Flora Graham of CNet.
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