HTC Sensation 4G

HTC Sensation 4G Walmart Ad Leaked, Priced at $148.88 [Exclusive]

The fun is starting early and we have just got word that Walmart will not only be selling the HTC Sensation 4G earlier than T-Mobile's launch date of June 15th, but that they will also be offering it for the extremely low price and amazing deal of just $148.88 on a new contract of course. The flyer does have a misprint stating the device to have a 4.5" screen when in fact it is 4.3" but I'm not to worried about that. I just want the phone now, and for that advertised price.

HTC working on unlocked bootloader for Sensation 4G

The uproar from mobile users of HTC Android devices when the company turned away from the unlocked bootloader policy that other companies were implementing was swiftly and furious. The furor resulted in HTC changing its policies and promising to unlock all future devices so the user can load things they want onto the smartphone. The HTC Sensation smartphones were too close to launch to get the unlocked bootloaders from the factory.

HTC sales figures for May more than double last years

Sales figures for the highly popular HTC have came out again and I feel like just saying what we have the last three times -- They have gone up, and have gone up fast. HTC has continued to not only beat previous sales records but it looks like they are more than doubling up each year as well. I think they might owe a small piece of that success completely to Android, and when I say small I mean most of it.

AT&T HTC Sensation spotted crossing FCC

The HTC Sensation has made a second trip through the FCC, this time bearing 3G and 4G band compatibility with AT&T's network in the US. Filings for the smartphone were spotted in early May for the T-Mobile USA variant - which we reviewed last week - and now it looks like AT&T may be getting a model of its own. This particular model has support for GSM 850/1900 and WCMDA bands V and II, making it potentially compatible with AT&T's HSPA+ network (though not its new LTE network, of course). Otherwise we're assuming it's the same Sensation that we've seen before, so WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, a 4.3-inch qHD display, dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor and unibody metal chassis. There's no telling whether AT&T will indeed launch the Sensation - or, if it does, whether it will be called that or something else - but given the phone is HTC's flagship we wouldn't be surprised if they did. T-Mobile USA sales of the Sensation 4G will begin June 12. [via GottaBeMobile]

HTC Sensation 4G Review [T-Mobile]

The folks at HTC have taken their now-classic form-factor for Androids to another level and have once again proven that their last round of 4.3-inch devices just weren't good enough. Yours truly used the ThunderBolt for months after it was released while other phones were put back in their boxes after a week-long review - did the HTC Sensation 4G carried on T-Mobile suffer the same fate? Or will it go the way of the ThunderBolt, sticking around for weeks and weeks and even beyond that test of time, on into infamy? It's got a dual-core processor, a brand new version of HTC Sense UI over Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and it's running one of the most powerful dual-core processors in the world - chances are pretty good this one's a winner.

SlashGear Reviews the T-Mobile Sensation 4G

Behold, our main man Vincent has his hands on the USA version of the HTC kingship the T-Mobile Sensation 4G! This is a phone that's taking the next step in the HTC evolution as well as the processor power for Android devices evolution - Qualcomm's 1.2GHz dual-core processor for the win! Vince racks his brain for the wisdom to choose between this device and the Galaxy S II, the phone to beat! Which one wins out? We shall see - we shall ALSO see direct from Android Community when we run our very OWN review later today - be here to check it out!

T-Mobile Sensation 4G is $550 off-contract

T-Mobile USA's pre-interest page for the Sensation 4G went live yesterday, and now the carrier has confirmed pricing for the HSPA+ smartphone both on and off-contract. As usual for a high-end Android smartphone, the Sensation 4G will be $199.99 with a new, two-year agreement (with mandatory voice and data) after a $50 mail-in rebate. If you'd rather not be tied down to that agreement - and who can blame you - then T-Mobile USA will also offer the Sensation 4G contract-free for $549.99 plus tax. That then allows you to take your pick from the carrier's various plans, use an existing SIM, or go prepaid if you'd prefer. The T-Mobile Sensation 4G is set to land in Target stores from June 12, with wider availability in the carrier's own stores by June 15. Check out our full review over at SlashGear for all the details.

T-Mobile Sensation 4G Availability Revealed [Official!]

We've just got our hands on the press release as revealed by T-Mobile that contains all the information we've gotta have before we know how much cash we're going to have to drop down on the HTC Sensation 4G. This press release lets us know that the device will be out "by June 15th," this POSSIBLY dashing hopes that the device will be announced on June 8th, but not completely - announcements, releases, and presentations are all different of course.

HTC Sensation 4G Launching on T-Mobile IMMINENTLY [Update: Tonight?!]

Well would you look at that, a clue for us to be following. A job listing has popped up in the Houston, Texas area for a "Tech Savy BA" that would be working an event for T-Mobile on June 8th that'll "showcase 3 new HTC phones." You know what that means, I know what that means, but just for the sake of literally writing it out, let's discuss what it COULD mean. There's a whole list of possibilities, and certainly we wouldn't want to overshadow the new KING of HTC devices, so what shall we guess?
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