Since we can browse on the go, this powerful smartphone allowed its users to enjoy more from high-speed internet capabilities. It is capable of downloading at speeds of up to 21 mbps and uploading at speeds of up to 5.76 mbps on a 3G network. This means that users can stream videos seamlessly, download apps at half the time, and upload their multi-media on their favorite social media network.
Also armed with a 8 megapixel camera, a VGA front-facing camera, and full HD 1080p video capturing at 30fps, the HTC Sensation XE does not fall short in this arena too, keeping up to par with the just-released iPhone 4S. Download speeds are also quick going at a trend-setting 14.4Mbps on HSDPA (3.5G), and along with the standard set of connectivity options such as Bluetooth 3.0, microUSB 2.0, and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, battery capacity has also been boosted with a larger 1730mAh battery, which HTC claims to give a talk time of 7.5 hours.
Well you only have to look at the Smartphone market around you with their 8 megapixel cameras, NFC Tech, Unibody Designs and Dual Core CPU’s to know that Apple will include all of the specifications below.
Saving the best feature for last here, the outstanding feature of the HTC Sensation XE is certainly going to be its audio, thanks to HTC’s teaming up with Beats by Dr Dre. The popular headphones under the Beats line here are known for their big booming bass, so adding in the Beats audio effect feature that can be turned on and off with the bundled Beats headphones certainly gives a sensational audio experience. The only snag here would naturally be that you would have to use Beats headphones and not others to enjoy this audio effect.
There are a number of handset models that offer to record videos in HD. Examples of these phones are the samsung galaxy S8 S, LG Optimus 7, and the Sony Ericson Vivaz Pro. Now, HTC has followed suit. It has now released a number of handsets that can record videos in high-definition. One of these handsets is the HD Desire.
The speaker is pretty good but not blasting. It’s kind of like an iPad speaker I would guess, maybe a little lower. I don’t have an iPad with me to compare. The Nexus 7 defiantly is not louder than an iPad speaker from what I can tell. My Galaxy Player 5.0 has better speakers. They are a lot louder and more have a little more bass than the Nexus in my opinion. If you are using the Nexus 7 with Bluetooth speakers to blast music it’s not an issue. Don’t get me wrong you definitely can listen to music on the Nexus 7 you just can’t blast the heck out of a room with it like a stereo that no one can talk over. It’s a good volume.
Yes finally you can take screen shots without a third party app. They may have had this in their previous version of Android too but it’s not in Gingerbread. For the Nexus 7 just hold the volume button and power button for a few seconds and it will take a screenshot.