HTC Releases Full Sensation Launch Event Video

HTC Releases Full Sensation Launch Event Video

The HTC Sensation, formerly known as the Pyramid, was introduced on Tuesday at a launch event in London. The event was hosted by Florian Seiche, President of HTC Europe and Philip Blair, VP of Products and Services, and the company has released the video of the presentation.

In addition to showing off the Sensation, it offered a look at HTC's current European line-up.

Here are the specifications for Vodafone's HTC Sensation:
  • Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
  • GSM 900/AWS/2100
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA
  • 4.3-inch S-LCD capacitive touchscreen with Gorilla Glass
  • qHD display resolution at 540 x 960 pixels
  • 8MP autofocus with dual-LED flash rear camera, 1080p video, 1.2MP front-facing camera
  • Bluetooth v3.0, microUSB v2.0
  • 4GB internal storage, microSD support of up to 32GB with an 8GB card included, 768MB RAM
  • Dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon
  • 4.96x2.57x0.44 inches
  • 5.22 ounces
  • Gyroscope, G-sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 1520mAh battery
Watch the launch event below.

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I have read a fair bit about these HTC's lately Stick out tongue& i've seen some local stores with contract as well as pre-paid phones for sale. Their large screen size is a bonus to me as when you get older you like the larger screen sizesWink. So I think that these HTC's will be the go for me,especially since they're so much more cheaper than iPhones are & maybe even better quality since I have talked to a lot of people & they have told me that their iPhones have not lasted much longer than the contract period that they were onBig Smile. Also the iPhone battery life ain't much eitherWink.

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Yeah this one has been previewed several times, and of course I am looking for a smart phone as well so I have been looking at these for a minute. The specs are nice with the high meg camera etc the one thing I don't like is the battery. While the EVO 3D and a couple of the other smart phones circling the area are close in specifications the 1600+ batteries seem a better fit to me. This one is not far off of that but a 1600+ battery would seem the best fit to me really.

The thing with this platform is they move so fast technology and capability wise it is almost dizzying really. Not to mention from what I have heard a quad core processor is not to far off either. While a processor of that magnitude does not seem bad to me they are just now getting to be really utilized on a desktop platform. So a dual core processor seems to be enough for me now. Maybe in two years though quad will be good or needed though.

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NICE!!!!

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NICE!!!! but i love my HTC EVO 4G

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Not true gazd, the iPhone will last how ever long you WANT it to last. I have had my iPhone 3Gs for almost 2 year and it still works fine. The battery is however going low faster but still last me the whole day. Its just people that toss their phones around that don't make it last :).

The HTC EVO looks nicer herf :P

the way the first guy talks in the video puts me to sleep... same for the second guy but not as much :D Still nice phone.

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Looks like a nice phone! Would love to see it in person!

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