HTC Sensation Review
Initial grasp of HTC Sensation, you will be captivated by the look of the entire HTC Sensation surface, HTC Sensation fairly thin but have comfortable grip. This Impression reinforced by the combination of sturdy aluminum and plastic materials on the back HTC Sensation.
HTC Sensation Design
In HTC Sensation is not a lot of physical buttons attached. There is no menu, not even dedicated camera keys, only volume and power buttons at the top HTC Sensation.
HTC Sensation has dimensions of 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. Quite large indeed, but not difficult for users to grasp HTC Sensation in one hand. The form that carries no angle also managed to hide a big impression on HTC Sensation.
HTC Sensation specification
HTC Sensastion was spelled carries a very high specification. HTC Sensation have processor alone is using “Qualcomm’s Snapdragon MSM 8260 dual core 1.2 GHz”, 768 MB RAM memory, GPU Adreno 220, and HTC sensation also have 8MP camera. But unfortunately, HTC Sensation just only have 1GB of storage capacity.
HTC Sensation has a major 8MP camera in the back that are capable of shooting images at a resolution of 3264×2448 pixels, HTC Sensation equipped with autofocus and LED flash light for two more brilliant picture. While the front HTC Sensation there is a small camera resolution 640X480 pixels.
Shots of HTC Sensation camera at outside the room look good and fast, but unfortunately the picture look less sharp. But if it is used for recording video, the HTC Sensation camera result is very good at a resolution of 1080p @ 30fps.
HTC Sensation Aplications
The entire application on the HTC Sensastion can be displayed in three categories: the entire application, frequently used applications, and third-party applications that users downloaded. In addition other view HTC Sensation is not much different from other HTC phones.
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