HTC Sensation

T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G performance and software update rolling out now

Who loves updates and performance improvements? Today that is exactly what T-Mobile and HTC have lined up for the HTC Sensation 4G. Apparently the update started pushing out to users yesterday so we should be seeing this hit handsets today and over the course of the next few weeks. Sadly this is not Ice Cream Sandwich -- you didn't think it would come that fast did you? We do have some awesome improvements to detail below so stay tuned.

Microsoft lets Android users try Windows Phone 7 — sort of

I know many of you loyal readers and Android enthusiasts would never even dream of switching to Windows Phone 7, nor would I. Today we have learned that Microsoft thinks showing off their phone user interface for everyone to see and try themselves might help their chances. I must admit this is actually an awesome idea. Android phone users can now get a little taste of Windows Phone 7 right on their device -- in a matter of seconds. More details are available after my awesomely confusing image below.

HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio hands-on

Look what we have here for everyone, the HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio. HTC might be known by their tagline "Quietly Brilliant" but things sure are about to get a whole lot louder with the introduction of Beats Audio into their wide array of smartphones. We were able to meet with HTC and get some hands-on time with the Sensation XE earlier today and it sure looks and sounds impressive. Check out all the photos and details after the break.

Hulu Plus Update Adds Bionic, Sensation, EVO 3D, Flyer tablet and more to supported list

Ever wonder when Hulu would get on the ball and add more Android phones to the officially supported list? I know I've been highly disappointed with the current offering but today that's changed a bit. While Hulu still doesn't offer support for a wide array of devices today however they've added 8 additional phones with the update that is available now in the Android Market.

Android Community Weekly: September 17, 2011

It's another round-up of this week's tech knowledge in this mid-September issue of Android Community Weekly! The Samsung Galaxy S II has finally made it's way to the states through the Now network, and the sign-up page is already live over at AT&T! T-Mobile has specs confirmed for its own device but sporting a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor opposed to the 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos. If you are looking to see an in-depth benchmark comparison of the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch and international Galaxy S II, then head over here for the showdown. Finally, you will be pleased to hear Samsung has already released the Epic 4G Touch kernel source to the public! Let the modifications begin.

HTC Sensation 4G CyanogenMod nightly builds coming shortly

I've been seeing a bit of comments as of late from many different places regarding the HTC Sensation and its CyanogenMod 7 status. Today I figured I'd give you all a small update to let you all know that it is coming, and soon. While technically I don't know this for sure, the main man behind CM7 on the Sensation is Keyan Mobli (aka kmobs) and he's been updating us occasionally on Google+ and the past few days we've received good news.

HTC Sensation ROM provides 1.56GHz Overclock

It appears that the developer known as mike1986 has created a lovely new ROM for the HTC Sensation specifically which bumps the device's processor speed up to 1.56 GHz. While this device's original dual-core processor speed was clocked at 1.2GHz, this ROM provides the device with the original stock speed of its MSN8660 chipset, that being 1.51GHz by default, here controlled automatically by built-in O/C Daemon. In addition to this speed boost, you'll find that there's only speed boosts and power optimizations across the board: that means your device will look and feel exactly the same, it'll just be BETTER!
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