HTC Sensation Launched In India: Tagged Rs. 32,700 [VIDEO]

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Today, HTC has finally launched its much-anticipated “HTC Sensation” – an Android Smartphone – in India. At press event in New Delhi, company has officially unveiled the details about Sensation including price and availability. Company said that Sensation is available in market through its dealers countrywide at the M.R.P. of 32,900/-

The new HTC sensation has 1.2 Ghz Dual core Snapdragon processor with 4.3 inches qHD screen. It also has new HTC sense 3.0 interface and running on latest version of Android 2.3 – Gingerbread. Company is expecting to challenge Samsung’s latest launch in dual core smartphone family Galaxy S 2 through Sensation. Galaxy S 2 is available in Indian market at Rs. 30,000/-.

It has also got 1 GB internal memory with 768 MB RAM, 8 megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash and 1080 HD video recording facility. The 1.2 megapixel front camera makes, Wifi, HSPA and Bluetooth 3.0 makes it more worthy.

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However, the internal storage of 1 GB and absence of Super AMOLED screen makes it lagging behind Samsung galaxy S II.

Here is a full Hands-on review of HTC Sensation which would allow you to have better understanding on overall capability of HTC sensation.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mEYtRadSfg

Video Credit: TechnoBuffalo

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