Shinryuhadouken , 16 Oct 2011Yes. It'll be running android "gingerbread" out the box, which supports flash. :)cust is stisfice his feture
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2011how about the external sound? is it clear and loud enough?I HEARD about bad position of speakers before.except this one otherthings are cool
w, 15 Oct 2011does this phone support adobe flash?All android phones with this price tag do, infact only the begginer phones dont like the wildfire s or samsung galaxy ace etc
Just bought this phone today and totally loved it! I like its design and Sense UI! A very special phone!
this phone is very grate. i think sumsung and apple stepped down . i shure this phone is the greatest phone
w, 15 Oct 2011does this phone support adobe flash?of course it does support flash ... all current android phones support flash
w, 15 Oct 2011does this phone support adobe flash?Of course, supported by Android...
w, 15 Oct 2011does this phone support adobe flash?Yes. It'll be running android "gingerbread" out the box, which supports flash. :)
leonard, 15 Oct 2011hi everyone, i keep wondering if the internal memory of 4GB for this sensation XE will it be e... moreI would say no, although it has 4gb internal memory, only 1gb will be user accessible as the rest will be taken up by OS etc. I'd imagine it will come with an sd card, if not just buy one. 8gb and 16gb cards are not that expensive. :)
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2011I am buying this phone today! Newly launch in Singapore! :Ddoes this phone support adobe flash?
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2011I am buying this phone today! Newly launch in Singapore! :Dhow about the external sound? is it clear and loud enough?
HTCUser, 14 Oct 2011HTC Wildfire is better than this phoneU kiddin dude?? wildfire n XE! no bludy match!. dis is god. :D
hi everyone, i keep wondering if the internal memory of 4GB for this sensation XE will it be enough for me to store everything i need. like for example,all the messages, app , contact number and others. can someone give me some opinion on this?? thanks:D
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2011Is there any death grip issue found for this phone?I've not heard of any deathgrip issues with this incarnation of the sensation. Engadget recently posted a review of the phone about 1-2 days ago and they stated they could find no deathgrip probes that original sensation users reported. The phone has been available for a few weeks now through various channels and all other tech reviews and customer comments haven't mentioned anything about deathgrip. I've been monitoring this very closely cause I've been due an upgrade for about 1 year. I hate the iPhone, don't like the plasticky feel of the galaxy S2 and the original sensation had said problems. So I've been biding my time... Until now. :)
Can't wait to get this phone. Will be released on o2 in uk in next few days. I'm so happy I didn't upgrade to the original sensation a few months back. (mainly because of the main probs if battery life and deathgrip issues, which have been sorted for this handset) . The sensation XL coming in nov is too much of a disappointment spec wise. The bigger screen and better lens is the only plus point. So XE here I come. Oh yeah, simply love deep black and red design, looks the dogs .... :)