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HTC Sensation review
Mark Peters : October 12th 2011 - 12:55 CET
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HTCHTC Sensation Android Smartphone review : The HTC Sensation Smartphone comes in a sleek sales packaging with a large picture of the HTC smartphone on the front. All of the HTC phone’s specifications are found on the back. The retail box has a drawer that opens up to the HTC Sensation. The HTC smartphone accessories are found underneath. For the HTC Sensation, this means the user’s guide, a headset with built-in remote control and a charger / data cable. The first impression of the HTC Sensation smartphone is pretty good. The HTC smartphone is very similar to the HTC Desire, due to the rounded corners, except for a set of four touch keys on the bottom.

HTC Sensation review

HTC review : Sensation Smartphone
The HTC Sensation handset has a 8 megapixel digital camera with which you can capture anything and easily share it with your friends. The HTC camera application can be started up by selecting the camera option in the menu or via a shortcut on the main screen. The camera app starts up nice and fast; within two seconds you can start shooting pictures with this HTC smartphone. Once started up, five icons appear on the right side of the screen. These allow you to switch to video mode, to activate the digital camera on the front of the HTC smartphone, to adjust the flash settings, to add effects and the key in the middle is used to shoot a photo.

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Digital photography with the HTC Sensation
The pictures taken with the HTC Sensation look nice on the screen. You can easily scroll through the photos by moving from one side to the other. If you review them quickly, the photos become smaller, allowing you to go through all the photos even faster. The HTC pictures look surprisingly good on the computer screen. They are sharp and have the right color representation. You can even shoot nice photos in low light. This is not bad. The HTC Sensation smartphone also has a flash. The settings touch key makes a small menu appear with some simple settings such as ISO, up to ISO 800, face detection and resolution. The standard settings give good results.

Sensation review

HTC Sensation review
HTC is bringing a fun addition to its Android smartphone portfolio with the HTC Sensation. The HTC Sense interface over the Android operating system makes it a typical HTC smartphone. The digital camera is good, without too many setting possibilities, but it shoots good pictures. All in all, it is a very complete smartphone. Read the complete HTC Sensation review at LetsGoMobile.




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