Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2011-11-02
Updated on:Nov 23, 2014
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47 Photos Pros Cons The Sensation XL does plenty right, with an impressive screen and a strong web browsing performance. But, marketed as an audio champion, less than 13GB of storage is a joke. 28 Photos 0 Comments...
Today HTC introduced the second member of its Beats droid family, making both geeks and audiophiles tremble with excitement. The HTC Sensation XL is one multimedia beast with its Dr. Dre-inspired audio, impressively spec`d camera and huge display and it`s also keen to give users the proper smartphone experience with the tried and tested Gingerbread and Sense combo. The HTC Sensation XL announcement event Granted, the single-core CPU won`t give yo...
There’s no doubt that HTC is getting behind Beats Audio in a big way. This summer the manufacturer ponied up $300 million for a 51 percent stake in Beats, and since then it’s been quick to bring to market phones like the Sensation XE and Rezound, which include Beats earphones in the box and a Beats-optimized music player. The latest phone to launch in Europe with Beats support is the Sensation XL. Originally unveiled at a glitzy event...
Pros: A well-built device with a bright, vivid screen and responsive, feature-filled software. Beats headphones and software optimizations make this a great phone for music on-the-go. HTC Sense 3.5 is faster and slicker than ever.
Cons: Lack of expandable storage. Screen resolution is lower than much of the competition. Disappointing video camera performance. No Beats support for third-party music players.
Verdict: The Sensation XL might not represent the complete package for smartphone enthusiasts, but it's hard to fault the device as a whole. HTC's Sense UI is better than ever, and the bundled Beats hardware is a huge step up from the bog-standard ear...
When the HTC Sensation arrived, HTC made it clear that it considered it a high-end flagship product. It packed specs to make the Samsung Galaxy S2 look nervously over its shoulder at number one in our list of the best mobile phones, mixed with that ol` HTC software magic. Only a few months later, we`ve got two new Sensation handsets. The HTC Sensation XE, which beefed up the processor even further and added Beats Audio. The HTC Sensation XL (try ...
Pros: Bright, clear screen, Good stills camera, HTC Sense 3.5, Great audio quality with Beats, Comfortable to use despite its size,
Cons: Some performance issues, Lower-specced than its brothers, More expensive than its brothers, No microSD card slot, Terrible video quality,
Verdict: The HTC Sensation XL is a good phone, no doubt, but it doesn`t live up to the lofty standards of its Sensation name....
Seldom has the name of a phone been so obviously related to its proposition as with the HTC Sensation XL. Bearing a supersized 4.7-inch touchscreen along with Beats Audio, this “extra large” Android smartphone should arguably be the pinnacle of HTC’s multimedia range. However, cost-cutting and some frustrating design decisions could undermine all that. Read on for the full SlashGear review. HTC hasn’t had to stretch much t...