HTC Sensation 4G T-Mobile landing page goes Live

June 1, 2011
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Just last night T-Mobile announced the exciting new HTC Sensation 4G would be available starting as early as June 12th at Walmart and in T-Mobile stores on June 15th. The Sensation has received a lot of attention as of late, especially with HTC talking about unlocking device bootloaders. This should be a great phone and you can now see all you'd like on the T-Mobile landing page for the Sensation 4G.

Head on over to T-Mobile and check out the Sensation and all its amazing features. They only have some pictures and advertisements up but we have seen some hands-on in the wild. Or even better check out our very own hands-on review of the European version by our man Chris Davies.

Don't worry we will have the Sensation 4G from T-Mobile soon enough and will show you everything and more about this exciting new device. It is nice to see T-Mobile putting the page up so soon, you can sign up to receive updates and information if you'd like, I already did. So without talking too much go check out the Sensation 4G and get ready to buy one when the time comes. What would you rather have readers: the Sensation 4G or the Droid X2? Tell us below in the comments. Thanks!

[via T-Mobile Sensation 4G]


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  • MCNiiCKsoSiiCK

    the sensation all the way :)

    • http://twitter.com/xguntherc Cory (xguntherc)

      Oh yea, all about that HTC hardware!

  • http://profiles.google.com/davidcheng11 David Cheng

    definitely the sensation. the specs are pretty close, but oh my, the sensation is a gorgeous device. plus, i’m a much bigger fan of sense over motoblur (although i’d be rooting anyways).

  • http://profiles.google.com/davidcheng11 David Cheng

    definitely the sensation. the specs are pretty close, but oh my, the sensation is a gorgeous device. plus, i’m a much bigger fan of sense over motoblur (although i’d be rooting anyways).

  • Anonymous

    I hope you guy’s (AndroidCommunity), do some serious benchmark tests in comparison with the G2x to see if that 1.2 GHz dual-core processor is really doing anything—and to see who’s the best at T-Mobile, right now?