The HTC Sensation is here again, this time in a 4G fashion, bringing us news about its much-anticipated release. It seems it will hit the shelves both at T-Mobile USA and retailer Target around 8 June. T-Mobile hasn't disclosed a price or tariff plans yet, but Target has put up the Sensation 4G for $200 on contract and $550 sim-free.
There is some unconfirmed information that the T-Mobile release date could be pushed back to 12 June. That's only a 4 day delay though, so no biggie.
The Sensation 4G features a huge 4.3" qHD (540x960) widescreen (that's movie-worthy 16:9 aspect ratio), the latest dual-core Snapdragon processor, clocked at 1.2 GHz, the latest HTC Sense UI 3.0 over Android Gingerbread and other goodies too.
It seems HTC's current top dog is just around the corner in the US, as we know it is in Europe, where it's up for pre-order for 500 quid in the UK. We're bound for an interesting June this year it seems, (hint: Apple news expected too). Hopefully we'll get the Sensation soon too.
Why is it that the htc sensastion 4g is only 550 USD, while the sesation in europe is 600 Euro... that a big price difference
This is the Trick. IF it works on Tmobile now, it will work on AT&T later after the merger is complete because all Customers' phone must be supported after the merger. And if the merger is not successful, I believe the phone must still have...
dangerous revolution in mobile worth. 10X better than Samsung galaxy S2, but 100X better than Iphone4. sensation is the best phone ever, also sense UI 3.0,