Anonymous, 13 Apr 2011I have searched some info about a "Super AMOLED" and its "Burn-In" effect ... moreThis has already been commented already. This is the same post Laurynas posted in the SGSII arena even though anonymous in this forum she posted this using her name. The question is how many forums has she posted this question in? all the top dual core realeases. BTW there is not one mention of this problem anywhere in the Galaxy S forum. I posted this info in the SGS II forum. Research what research
Laurynas, 16 Apr 2011It should be your decision, because both phones has advantages and disadvantages. At the momen... moreMy Confession to all HTC SENSATION followers is that I am an Samsung GSII supporter as is Laurynas who post regularly in the SGSII forum. I don't believe her comments in this forum are 100% genuine and are pro SGSII as this post and others in this forum shows. I personally do not believe that she is competant or has any relevant experiance of this product. My visit to this forum was to check out a link posted in the SGSII forum which turned out to be a blog, & to check if he had posted his 'blog' here also and was dismayed to find her comments. In the SGSII forum she posted comments & fabricated on amoled screen burn which as a result made it onto Google, again with hml hdmi just url links. Her comments may sound expert but they are poorly researched eg how can a link to another forum answer a specific question. I would not have posted in this forum the way she has if I supported another. I feel that you need to be informed. 'Search' our opinions on topics and judge her on her comments here.
I want one...Will sense 3.0 come to the desire? or will there be any sense updates with gingerbread (may2011?)
I found good site about sensation...there are all news and photos
NeelHTClover, 22 Apr 2011Funny... !!!!! ..Cortex A8 do not support dual core.... all dual core are cortex A9It doesn't matter. I used all the players available in the market on desire and desire hd but it did not work. By the end I realized it depends manufacturers support. Ultimately, I reverted on galaxy s.
its all lik desire hd bt d main diff. iz it has 1080p full hd vdo recording while desire hd hv only 720p hd n its going 2 be release after 1 month may be in june's mid..............!
This would be perfect for me if it was a bit smaller (4" screen) lighter and more memory for apps like samsung (8gb or 16 gb) - please htc release a smaller dual core phone that's not the size and weight of a tablet!
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2011Samsung galaxy S II use new ARM cortex A-9, on the other hand HTC Sensation use older A-8. I ... moreFunny... !!!!! ..Cortex A8 do not support dual core.... all dual core are cortex A9
Ryan_Lee, 20 Apr 2011What's new with this HTC? Just bigger screen and faster performance? Sigh..And it looks super sexy
does anyone has an idea as to when it is going to be launched..??i mean an exact date or month..??and once launched, whats going to be the price, approximately..??
"I think that the SG s2 is better. The SG S2 has more RAM ,better screen, longer battery life ,more internal memory (16/32 gb ) and a ''bigger'' screen.
Don't forget that the front camera can be USED TO UNLOCK !!!"
i say galaxy s 2 is best cause.
it has better codec support!(all more movie formats work like MKV) DESIRE HD, just with updated UI an android! that is the truth! spread the word!
Ryan_Lee, 20 Apr 2011What's new with this HTC? Just bigger screen and faster performance? Sigh..it has a faster processor and latest htc sense 3.0 ,,best of all
I have a HD2, the HTC Sensation is my next phone. the specs look great the form factor is sharp, clean, with super functionality built in. If it's anything like the hd2 you can drop it a few times and it wont miss a beat. I have had my HD2 for 18 months and never used a case and there's not a scratch on it. HTC build quality is second to none. End of story!!!
others brand are empty
I tried all the brands
ZAK, 20 Apr 2011This is bull shit. Htc is playing with their consumers cash. Same codec support for video play... moreYou are right, I can't say anything else. HTC makes low memory phones! With full HD the BIG internal storage is required!! Samsung is clever in this view point! Their flagship phone has a 16 GB or a 32 GB version. By the way there is a problem with that phone as well, because it has a small battery. Such a phone needs at least a 1900 Mah battery. Motorola was clever, and they have put a large battery! Dual Core phones needs a POWERFUL battery. My Single Core Samsung Omnia HD(with 1500 Mah!!!) needs to be charged every second day, and I am NOT a heavy user!!