HTC Sensation 4G Comparison Review

The HTC Sensation 4G is one of the most powerful smartphones in the market today, not to mention really easy on the eyes and easy to use. it comes with a fast dual core processor, software extensions that the HTC is known for, and an Android OS. In fact, the HTC Sensation is the first phone in the United States to come equipped with a dual-core Qualcomm chipset which is a 1.2 GHz MSM8660 processor which features the new Adreno 220 GPU.

Other features of the Sensation:

  • Screen size:  4.3 inches
  • Screen details:  960×450, 16M color TFT LCD capacitive touch screen
  • Networks: GSM, UMTS
  • High speed data: GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA
  • Camera: yes

The HTC Sensation is a great phone but we’ve compared it with other similar players in the market in the same range: the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S II.

While the iPhone runs on iOS, both the Sensation and the Galaxy run on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The only difference is that the Galaxy uses TouchWiz 4.0 on top of its operating system.

In terms of speed, the Galaxy and the Sensation have the same speed, although the iPhone only has 1Ghz.

The Sensation comes equipped with just one option for expanded storage through SD cards on top of its 1GB memory, while the iPhone and Galaxy offer two choices for internal storage: one being 16 gb and the other being 32 gb. although the Galaxy features a Micro SD slot, the iPhone doesn’t.

When it comes to comparing the phones’ memories, the iPhone is the worst off with just 512 MB of RAM while the Galaxy has 1 GB and HTC has 768 MB.

Undoubtedly one of the most crucial aspects of any smartphone, we had to closely examine the connectivity of all three. two things all three phones have in common is that they are all quad-band and come with 3G/HSDPA and wi-fi capabilities, as well as the ability to support Bluetooth A2DP so that they can connect to wireless radio. both the Galaxy and the Sensation offer Bluetooth 3.0 while Apple has Bluetooth 2.1.

Another thing they all have in common in terms of connectivity is that they can all support HDMI output: the iPhone through the 32-pin dock connector and the Galaxy and Sensation through its MicroUSB ports. The Galaxy and Sensation are also capable of video streaming to computers and television through its DLNA. on the other hand, the iPhone comes with its own streaming system called AirPlay, which allows wireless audio and video streaming to Apple televisions as well as compatible home entertainment devices.

While the Galaxy and Sensation offer 8 megapixels, iPhone only offers 5. However, all three phones are capable of photo geo-tagging as well as LED cameras and video chat capabilities through their front camera.

So there you have it. all three models don’t differ largely even when you compare their price tags. but certainly the HTC Sensation 4G has much to offer when it comes to value and features.

HTC Sensation 4G Comparison Review

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