HTC Sensation Lands Stateside with AT&T

July 5, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The HTC sensation has hit the US markets with AT&T. The company’s super phone of the year, known as Sensation 4G on T-Mobile, has been released stateside in a not-so-official manner.

HTC released the Sensation with its new Sense 3.0 Android interface and packs Qualcomm’s brand new dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon chip, 768MB of RAM and a magnificent 4.3″ qHD display with a resolution of 960×540 and a pixel density of 256ppi. Onboard you get 1GB of ROM, plus the Sensation ships with a rather modest 8GB microSD class 4 card.

Up until now, the Sensation wasn’t available on AT&T’s 3G and 4G, with HSPA,  network. Negri Electronics is the one who is handing out the Sensation in the States.

If you are running high on dough, you can run over and grab one, as it costs a whooping $700. It is a bit pricey, but then, this might be your only chance of seeing the carrier take on the handset.

AT&T hasn’t yet released any official word on whether they will be branching out on their 4G handset horde with the HTC Sensation. With a high price tag, we guess only a select few will have the Sensation in their pockets.

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