Last month at a press event in London HTC announced the HTC Sensation. A dual core smartphone with a 4.3″ SLCD display with qHD (540×960) very similar to the resolution of the retina display on the iPhone 4. The HTC Sensation also features a 1.2ghz Snapdragon Qualcomm processor. Since the HTC Sensation has the latest Snapdragon Qualcomm processor it’s believed to also support Netflix.
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The HTC Sensation has just 768 megs of RAM which is said to cause problems with 2 cores caching at the same time. Both HTC representatives and Qualcomm Representatives in San Francisco disputed that though saying that the off-load won’t be as bad because the two cores are asynchronous, similar to the “dual channel” Texas Instruments OMAP 4 processor.
Other specs include Android 2.3 and an HSPA+ radio. It’s already been announced that the US carrier for the HTC Sensation will be T-Mobile.
In the Target signage below it’s revealed that the HTC Sensation will be $199.99 with a two year contract. There is no date on the sign. Although it’s been widely reported that the HTC Sensation will be available in June, which is only 2 weeks away.
Do you plan on picking up the HTC Sensation?