HTC Sensation release coming to Orange, Three and T-Mobile

Flagship HTC phone to hit major UK networks

First dual-core HTC phone to hit major networks in June

Everything Everywhere partners T-Mobile and Orange have revealed they are to follow Three and offer the recently unveiled HTC Sensation in June, one month after the dual-core handset lands in the UK exclusive to Vodafone.

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HTC Sensation video

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Leaving O2 as the only remaining major UK mobile network to announce its plans for the new HTC flagship device, Orange, Three and T-Mobile have all confirmed they are to stock the handset in June although prices, exact dates of availability and tariff rates are still unknown.

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Officially unveiled during a London-based press conference yesterday HTC has revealed the Sensation, formerly known as the HTC Pyramid, will touch down in the UK next month touting an impressive specs haul that includes a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch 540 x 960p SLCD display and an 8-megapixel rear-mounted camera that features Full-HD 1080p video recording capabilities and a dual LED flash.

Set to land running Google’s Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread mobile operating system, the Sensation will come featuring a newly revamped 3.0 version of HTC’s hugely popular Sense UI that will enhance the user experience via an array of 3D widgets, a 360-degree menu carousel and innovative lockscreen shortcuts that will allow users to activate their phones directly into desired applications.

HTC’s official teaser video for the newly announced HTC Sensation has now been launched and can be viewed below.

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Via: CNET