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HTC Sensation

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Sensation från HTC. Rejäl smartphone med dubbelkärnig processor på 1,2 GHz, en 4,3-tumsskärm med upplösning på 960 x 540 pixlar. Telefonen använder Android som operativsystem, kameran är på åtta megapixlar medger videofilmning i full-HD. Telefonen är utrustad med HTC Sense, HTC:s eget användargränssnitt. Lanserad våren 2011. Stäng
Sensation från HTC. Rejäl smartphone med dubbelkärnig processor på 1,2 GHz, en 4,3-tumsskärm med upplösning på 960 x 540 pixlar. Telefonen använder Android som operativsystem, kam... Läs mer
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  • PC för Alla: Därför är HTC Sensation steget efter Samsung

    HTC:s nya toppmobil har dubbla processorkärnor och en högupplöst skärm. En bra smartphone som dock inte tar täten.

    8 år sedan
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    HTC Sensation

    Plus

    • Sense 3.0
    • Filmar i Full HD
    • Kameran

    Minus

    • Klumpig
    • Bristfälligt stöd för olika filformat
    • Kunde varit snyggare

    8 år sedan
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    9 år sedan
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    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation

    Plus

    • Large, high resolution screen
    • Super fast dual-core processor
    • Good camera with bright LEDs
    • Beautiful chassis design

    Minus

    • Poor battery life
    • Screen quality could be better

    2 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation Android phone

    Plus

    • Premium unibody design
    • qHD display
    • Slick Android and Sense software

    Minus

    • Battery life
    • Doesn't feel as snappy as other dual-core phones
    • Slow camera

    ConclusionThe HTC Sensation combines a large, qHD display with an excellent unibody aluminium design. It may not feel as snappy as other dual-core Android phones, nor offer anything hugely new or innovative over previous HTC models, but it remains a great smartphone.

    8 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation review

    Wired:

    • Fast dual core processor
    • Latest Sense UI
    • 8 megapixel camera
     Tired:
    •  No HDMI port

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation review

    A fine dual-core smartphone with a neat design, but it's just pipped by the slicker and cheaper Samsung Galaxy S II

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation review

    Plus

    • Premium build
    • Fast operation
    • Pin-sharp screen
    • Accurate keyboard
    • Slick 3D animations

    Minus

    • Awful battery life
    • Still poor in direct light
    • Video player erratic
    • Power button slightly lost
    • Camera needs to be faster

    Conclusion
    Definitely HTC's finest Android phone to date that shows the Taiwanese firm still has what it takes to cut it at the sharp end

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation 3G GSM

    Plus

    • boasts a sleek, high-quality design with a gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display. The Android smartphone also features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 8-megapixel camera, and the HTC Sense user interface brings some thoughtful and useful new features.

    Minus

    • The smartphone doesn't offer much internal memory, and the phone's speakers are pretty weak.

    Conclusion
    Its excellent design and user experience, coupled with its solid performance, make the HTC Sensation 4G one of the best Android phones yet and a top pick for T-Mobile customers.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation dual core Android smartphone

    Android handset with dual core CPU, Android 2.3 and an 8Mp camera with 1080p HD video recording.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation

    Plus

    • Huge, bright screen; insanely customisable; fast; beautiful selection of widgets; innovative lock screen.

    Minus

    • Heavy; widgets sometimes fail to update automatically; speedy, rather than smooth, user interface.

    Conclusion
    The HTC Sensation looks unassuming, but its hefty aluminium case, hugely powerful processor and fabulously whizzy, customisable software make it feel like a giant among smart phones.

    9 år sedan
  • HTC Sensation Review

    Plus

    • Great aluminium construction
    • qHD Screen is very sharp
    • Sense 3.0 looks great

    Minus

    • Could be bulky for some
    • Viewing angles could be better
    • Battery life could be longer

  • HTC Sensation - The Sensational Android

    Plus

      Improved HTC Sense 3.0 with enhanced lock screen , Smooth performance , Solid build quality , Affordable in its class

    Minus

      Low battery mileage , Lack of portability due to weight , Below average imaging quality

    Score Details

    • Design:: 8.5
    • Features:: 9
    • User-Friendliness:: 9
    • Performance:: 8
    • Value:: 9.5

    ConclusionAs smartphones continue to break the barriers of multi-core processors and faster clock speeds, some distinguish themselves from the competition. The HTC Sensation is one such example. Its solid build quality and 148g weight does well in portraying a robust and powerful feel out of the Sensation. While HTC markets the Sensation with a unibody design, you can still separate its chassis to access the removable battery. The experience isn't pleasant though, mixed in with frustrating moments as we tried to pry the chassis open with difficulty. The Sensation is more suitable for power users who wish to get the most and the best out of their smartphone. With Google's Android 2.3 operating system as the backbone, HTC adds more bells and whistles with its intuitive and updated HTC Sense 3.0 user interface. Sense 3.0 provides users with immediate access to four apps of your choice. By simply swiping the app icon towards the ring, you save on a few extra steps to unlock and access the app from the home screen or menu. Home screen access is also enhanced, with a carousel interface that lets you continuously scroll through the seven different home pages on the Sensation. From its notifications, we also noticed more enhancements in the form of recent apps and a Quick Settings tab. This tab brings up a list of common features such as Wi-Fi, mobile hotspot, Bluetooth and even a task manager to monitor and close idling apps in the background. In reality, we weren't too concerned with killing apps on the Sensation. Thanks to its 768MB RAM, multi-tasking was well handled with minimal lag observed. Furthermore, the Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon dual-core 1.2GHz processor, coupled with Qualcomm's latest Adreno 220 GPU, served up a smooth experience with the HTC Sense user interface. Imaging is nothing to shout about, seeing how its 8-megapixel camera returned images with a lot less attention to details and vividness than what we've seen on other cameras. While it does come with 1080p video recording capabilities, you won't get quality close to dedicated 1080p video cameras. As a media player, its 4.3-inch S-LCD display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels gets the job done well. Coupled with SRS audio enhancement and a 5.1 surround sound mode with a 3.5mm earphone, the Sensation managed to create a cinematic experience. Its battery mileage bordered slightly below our expectations of less than a day for casual usage. With its 1520mAh battery, we managed to get moderate usage out of calls, data services and multimedia playback on it. Where its battery life was working against the plus points of the device was when we looped a video continuously to mimic constant intensive usage. Considering the amount of hardware and software enhancements loaded onto this Android device, the $838 pricing (without contract) makes it one of the most reasonably priced high-end smartphone to date. That's just the suggested retail price and it gets even more tantalizing when you consider its street price as shown in our latest price option above. In short, if you're looking for a high-end smartphone with a perfect balance between features and performance that won't burn a hole in your pocket, the HTC Sensation is a good fit. It definitely presents great value in its category of devices and hence we've also bestowed the Sensation with our Best Value award for a high-end smartphone device. Just take note that its battery life isn't as ideal we would have hoped for, but if you often charge your phone at work and office, this shouldn't be too much of a concern.

  • HTC Sensation review

    Conclusion HTC calls the Sensation a ‘multimedia superphone’ and given its razor-sharp screen, generally decent video playback (excepting Adobe Flash) and great audio, we can see why. If you can handle its sheer size, this is both an excellent phone and a superior entertainment player.

  • HTC Sensation review

    Plus

      Great screen, better than average battery life, excellent user interface, good email support

    Minus

      Expensive, heavier and bulkier than the Samsung Galaxy S II

    ConclusionThe HTC Sensation is a terrific phone. It's slick and powerful and HTC's Sense interface makes it a visual joy to use. It's a little light on business features, though, while the basics like Exchange support are covered

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    Review: HTC Sensation

    This is a classy phone that delivers in terms of both features and performance. As always, the dilemma faced by anyone paying big money for a top-of-the-range device is that within months it will have been usurped by something slightly better and/or cheaper. But for now the Sensation lives up to its name.

    8 år sedan
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    HTC Sensation Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G support
    • 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
    • 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels); Gorilla glass
    • Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense 3.0
    • 1.2 GHz dual Scorpion CPUs, Adreno 220 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 chipset
    • 768 MB RAM and 1 GB storage for apps
    • 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash; face detection and geotagging
    • 1080p and 720p video recording @ 30fps
    • Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA
    • GPS with A-GPS
    • Stereo FM radio with RDS
    • microSD slot up to 32GB (8GB card included)
    • Accelerometer, proximity sensor and an auto-brightness sensor
    • Front facing camera with video calls
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v3.0
    • MHL TV-out (requires MHL-to-HDMI adapter)
    • Smart dialing, voice dialing
    • DivX/XviD video support
    • HTC Locations app
    • HTCSense.com integration
    • HTC Portable Hotspot
    • Ultra-fast boot times (if you don’t remove battery)
    • Office document editor

    Minus

    • Serious "death grip" issue with Wi-Fi radio
    • Less than impressed with the screen's outdoor performance
    • Performance not quite as convincing as other dual-cores
    • No dedicated camera key
    • microSD is under the battery cover
    • No unibody construction as advertised

    9 år sedan
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    HTC Sensation review

    The HTC Sensation looks great, feels great and performs extremely well, but despite its broadly comparable specification, it just isn’t in the same league as the spectacular Samsung Galaxy S II. So, while it’s a highly capable and desirable Android smartphone, the Samsung is still the one we’d spend our money on.

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    Test: HTC Sensation

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    HTC Sensation

    Plus

    • Great design
    • HTC Sense 3.0 is packed full of detail
    • Great screen
    • Smooth running and stable

    Minus

    • Some might find that HTC Sense takes over too much of the experience
    • But otherwise it's only minor niggles

    Conclusion For the most part the HTC Sensation runs very smoothly indeed. We did find that Wi-Fi went to sleep overnight and on a couple of occasions we had to prompt the Sensation into reconnecting, but it’s not alone in this. We found that the HTC Sense experience is more refined than ever, it doesn’t stutter or hiccup as you move around the place and the animations make it more visually engaging than before, even though it sticks very closely to the original Sense design.It’s certainly a worthy adversary to the Samsung Galaxy S II, its closest rival, and we can see that both will be extremely popular. While the SGSII feels more powerful at times, the complete package that HTC offers in the Sensation will appeal to many and it comes highly recommended.Thank you to Vodafone for the loan of this sample.

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    9 år sedan