With Android making a hue and cry in the market every mobile phone making industry has come up with as complex “machines” as they can. HTC the developer of previous News for month mobile phone Pyramid has recently launched it’s coolest and most powerful device they have ever made which they have named as HTC [...]
With Android making a hue and cry in the market every mobile phone making industry has come up with as complex “machines” as they can. HTC the developer of previous News for month mobile phone Pyramid has recently launched it’s coolest and most powerful device they have ever made which they have named as HTC Sensation. The Sensation has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 768MB of RAM and features Android’s latest 2.3 aka Gingerbread version with HTC sense 3.0. The new version of Sense has a spruced-up Walls system, too. Rather than having to flick back and forth between your walls, as you do in the stock Android operating system, you can flick the Sensation’s screen to make the walls spin. The effect is a bit reminiscent of a rotating carousel. It has a 4.3-inch (540 x 960) Super LCD screen with great color ratio which gives the pictures and videos an elegant look. The qHD screen makes watching movies a great fun and to add to it’s prodigy you get consumed by the Hi-Fi audio technology.
The main camera is a 8 MP with LED flash capable of capturing video of max 1080p resolution at the rate of 30 frames per second. The camera software has and extra feature of Instant capture Camera; which means your camera enters its viewfinder mode as soon as you press the Camera button. Speed-wise, this HSPA+ device promises download rates as fast as 14.4 Mbps. As for Sense, the Sensation also ushers in various tweaks to the company’s UI, including customizable lock screens, 3D transitions, an improved weather app, and HTC Watch, the service introduced with the company’s Flyer tablet that lets you download DVD-quality movies.
The designers have put quite some effort in making this device. From the front we see a concave countered screen which is there to protect the device from scratches if put upside down. The back is made from aluminum which gives it a solid, strong, stylish weighty feel. The Sensation is narrower than Thunderbolt fitting perfectly in hands with a 16:9 aspect ratio that pairs nicely with movies. A lot of features have been put on the Active lockscreen you can check up on your portfolio, view your friend’s status, and much more. With the enhanced high speed HSPA the internet browsing becomes much more easier and faster while jumping through different windows.
Last but not the least, below is the video where HTC Sensation was recently unleashed in a London event.