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Cheapest, by a fair bit I've seen this and on a 12 month contract too. Some healthy quidco too.

Talk Mobile Smart
12 months
400 mins +
1000 texts + 1GB data Free Connection
£30.00 per month
£99.99 for the handset

The HTC Sensation mobile phone is the latest in the line of HTC smartphones. Packed with loads of features and impressive speeds, you really won’t be disappointed with this bit of kit.

Underneath the beautiful 4.3 inch Super-LCD capacitive touchscreen with qHD resolution lies the impressive and super fast 1.2GHz dual-core processor that works perfectly alongside Androids newest 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Multi tasking, running apps, recording in 1080p HD, surfing the net and much more can be done with ease.

The HTC sensation has quicker internet speeds with HSDPA and full Wi-Fi, plus with flash 10.1 support, no website is off limits. You can share media files through Bluetooth 3.0 and share your HD videos and photos taken with the 8 megapixel camera with LED flash wirelessly onto a compatible big screen TV.

Fully equipped with social network integration, an expandable memory of up to 32GB via micro SD card, GPRS, built in SRS virtual surround sound and access to thousands of apps, the HTC brings entertainment, speed and versatility to your fingertips.

Key Features

* Enjoy the incredible speed of the amazing 1.2GHz dual-core processor
* Get the best Android experience with the new 2.3 Gingerbread operating system
* Record and watch amazing video content with the brilliant 1080p HD video recorder
* Connect to Wi-Fi hotspots and enjoy faster internet speeds
* Stay in touch with friends and family with social network integration
* Capture beautiful images with the 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash



£46 back for a contact - and £60 back for an upgrade if Quidco tracks.
- ibiza
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[mod]#1
Hit 'Go To Deal' then select 'Talk Mobile' then scroll down and it's third on the list
#2
This is going to get hot like the S2 deal but the haters will still turn up..... Voted hot.
3 Likes #3
Nice phone but price should include contract price so actual deal price is £459.99 8)
#4
The build quality on this is 10x better than that of the samsung s2, however most reviews point to the s2 as having better performance, better camera etc.

Very hot deal, cheapest its ever been.
#5
at first i was like this seems very expensive compared to my desire... then i see 12 months..

i then "ahhhhhh'd" good deal :)
1 Like #6
Hmmm it's not a iPhone though.... ;)

Definately have some heat. Still can't make my mind up over this or the SGS II. I do like HTC's Sense, lots of bells and whistles, but the Samsung is better hardware-wise. But the Samsung has a plastic body and the software looks like an iPhone, not that thats a bad thing, just don't want to copy the iPhone...

Any ideas people?
#7
another super hot deal now contemplating whether to go for this one or the samsung galaxy s2, anyone knows if this one will be unlocked as it might be a deal breaker

Edited By: ryu2406 on Jul 06, 2011 22:20
#8
Waylander77
Hmmm it's not a iPhone though.... ;)

Definately have some heat. Still can't make my mind up over this or the SGS II. I do like HTC's Sense, lots of bells and whistles, but the Samsung is better hardware-wise. But the Samsung has a plastic body and the software looks like an iPhone, not that thats a bad thing, just don't want to copy the iPhone...

Any ideas people?


Another iPhone reject comment
1 Like #9
merb0786
Waylander77
Hmmm it's not a iPhone though.... ;)

Definately have some heat. Still can't make my mind up over this or the SGS II. I do like HTC's Sense, lots of bells and whistles, but the Samsung is better hardware-wise. But the Samsung has a plastic body and the software looks like an iPhone, not that thats a bad thing, just don't want to copy the iPhone...

Any ideas people?


Another iPhone reject comment


Did you read the whole comment, or just the headline??

Hot.
#10
Great deal.
1 Like #11
Just checked quidco and they're doing £46 cashback for a connected pay monthly mobile phone contract. Even better!

So if it comes through works out to: £413.

Edited By: Jiggy Jiggy on Jul 06, 2011 22:29
#12
Good deal, have some heat :)
3 Likes #13
this is a great deal for a great phone.
I hope that these 12 month deals become more common, would never want to be tied to a 24 month contract.
#14
If the s2 wasn't so cheap, this would be scorching
#15
good deal, esp 12months contract
#16
Although I'd prefer SGS2, this deal is cheaper with TCB. Interesting.
#17
I too am getting a bit bored of everyone doing an Apple product. Android is rubbish, no standard - Apple actually did the right thing there from the start. Google just wanted to have the popular platform and now have realised they should have done a standard all along.

I usually hate Apple but at least with blackberry - they actually decided to stick with their guns and not just run with the crowd.
#18
Waylander77
Hmmm it's not a iPhone though.... ;)

Definately have some heat. Still can't make my mind up over this or the SGS II. I do like HTC's Sense, lots of bells and whistles, but the Samsung is better hardware-wise. But the Samsung has a plastic body and the software looks like an iPhone, not that thats a bad thing, just don't want to copy the iPhone...

Any ideas people?

SGS2 is my bet - or pay £300 extra for iPhone 5 ;)
6 Likes #19
shadowdogg
I too am getting a bit bored of everyone doing an Apple product. Android is rubbish, no standard - Apple actually did the right thing there from the start. Google just wanted to have the popular platform and now have realised they should have done a standard all along.

I usually hate Apple but at least with blackberry - they actually decided to stick with their guns and not just run with the crowd.


You mean the same Apple that basically ripped the Android notification centre? And the same Apple that ripped off BBM with iMessage?

I hate getting into these, but come on that statement was ridiculous!
#20
Hot!

P.S. Does the Sensation have the same problems as the Desire in that there's a lack of space on the phone and all apps cant be transferred to the SD card so you keep running out of space like my HTC Desire does?
#21
It's not a 12 month it says its 24
6 Likes #22
Great phone, its a hard pick between the Galaxy S2 and the Sensation.
Both are the top phones on the market at the moment.
iphone is a joke compared to these bad boys.
#23
Would seriously consider going for this but talk mobile signal where I live is very poor.
#24
This is very nice for a 12 month contract. Woulda gone for it but I'm too far from the end of my contract on the HTC Hero still :(

Heat added.
#25
rather then samsung,i will have this
#26
capa
Hot!

P.S. Does the Sensation have the same problems as the Desire in that there's a lack of space on the phone and all apps cant be transferred to the SD card so you keep running out of space like my HTC Desire does?


HTC Sensation has about 1GB for app storage, compared to the 170MB on the Desire.
I have Apps2SD+ running on my Desire (requires root) to a 1GB EXT4 partition on my SD Card. Much, much better. I still have over 500MB free on that partition and have just about every app I can think of installed. 1GB should be enough for quite some time.
5 Likes #27
shadowdogg
I too am getting a bit bored of everyone doing an Apple product. Android is rubbish, no standard - Apple actually did the right thing there from the start. Google just wanted to have the popular platform and now have realised they should have done a standard all along.

I usually hate Apple but at least with blackberry - they actually decided to stick with their guns and not just run with the crowd.



What a load of sh!te that is, it barely makes sense reading it too.
#28
Good deal. But went for S2 instead, as Sensation loses out to S2 by a narrow margin. Heat added though.
#29
HOT deal.

Having just lost my HTC-made Google Nexus One, I am in the market for a new smartphone but I am suspicious of HTC phones as I found the voice call quality crappy - people could hear me but I struggled to hear them, had to place the phone at the exact right spot on my ear or I couldn't hear them at all.

Dunno if that was design fault, Vodafone network or faulty phone but I find reviews focus on apps and cameras and don't tell you about basics like call quality.

Anyone recommend a smartphone with really good call quality too?! Or a decent review site which actually mentions basics like this?


Edited By: RSteve on Jul 07, 2011 00:21
[mod]#30
andywedge
Hit 'Go To Deal' then select 'Talk Mobile' then scroll down and it's third on the list


lovenuts
It's not a 12 month it says its 24
1 Like #31
looks like a misprice as the £25 per month one cost £ 244.99 for the handset
#34
RSteve
HOT deal.

I found the voice call quality crappy - people could hear me but I struggled to hear them, had to place the phone at the exact right spot on my ear or I couldn't hear them at all.


I believe this to be a design win, my friend always says his call quality is bad on his HTC HD2 but everyone else in the office can hear his conversation fine from the other side of the room.
Once the phone is properly in place on the ear the sound quality is fine and no-one around can hear it.
I think it is designed so the speaker only works properly when in the correct posistion, almost as if it drives the persons voice into your ear reather than letting it blast out across the room.

I may be wrong but I have this on my HTC hero, my missus has it on Desire Z and my firend has the same on HD2.


Oh and a cracking deal! heat added, just got to wait for orange to release it next week so I can finally get my upgrade!
#35
if only battery life for this was as good as the S2. not even sure if it this device will be made s-off officially.. but i love sense ui :(

hawt deal. first thing i did was check mobiles.co.uk when the s2 deal came out as both these phones are priced similar. guess its sister company did it for the htc device...if that got over 1000 degrees i see no reason why this shouldn't
#36
i do like this phone and then the 12 month deal makes it even better, I wish I could get an apple for the same money and then I would move away from Android, as I prefer the apple, but will not pay the high prices to get.
heat added for a good deal.
2 Likes #37
paulace
shadowdogg
I too am getting a bit bored of everyone doing an Apple product. Android is rubbish, no standard - Apple actually did the right thing there from the start. Google just wanted to have the popular platform and now have realised they should have done a standard all along.

I usually hate Apple but at least with blackberry - they actually decided to stick with their guns and not just run with the crowd.



What a load of sh!te that is, it barely makes sense reading it too.


Totally agree with you, I'm so glad Apple invented the mobile phone first before everyone else started copying them. lol

Take your blinkers off you numpty, they recycle technology and make it look nicer, then market it as a superior product using a higher selling price to give the impression of perceived value.


Long live Android, may you continue to increase your market share against iOS and Rim!

Rant over :)
#38
rob200375
i do like this phone and then the 12 month deal makes it even better, I wish I could get an apple for the same money and then I would move away from Android, as I prefer the apple, but will not pay the high prices to get.
heat added for a good deal.


I can sell you an Apple for the same price on a pay as you eat basis, infact I'll give you two, got loads in my fridge.
#39
rob200375
i do like this phone and then the 12 month deal makes it even better, I wish I could get an apple for the same money and then I would move away from Android, as I prefer the apple, but will not pay the high prices to get.
heat added for a good deal.

DOH!!!!
2 Likes #40
PhoneArena - HTC-Sensation vs Samsung Galaxy SII

"So, which one is right for you? If you do a lot of reading and browsing on your smartphone, you will certainly appreciate the bigger resolution on the HTC Sensation, despite that browsing on the Galaxy S II is smooth as silk. If you are somewhat of a performance buff, or use the smartphone mainly for watching videos, then the Samsung Galaxy S II will grace your day with many hours of high-definition movie playback, in any format, and with subtitles, if you need to understand what Dr Gregory House is talking about. Oh, and that Super AMOLED Plus display has simply gorgeous colors when displaying video, and is power-sipping then, too.

Thus, if you are a function-before-form type of person, you’d appreciate the simple and easy-going, yet extremely powerful and future-proof Galaxy S II. If you are into classier design looks plus a richer software feel with the Sense UI and its goodies like offline navigation through Locations, but willing to sacrifice some battery life and internal storage for them, you are likely to walk out of the store with an HTC Sensation in your hands.

In short, if the Samsung Galaxy S II is the light and fast coupe, driven by the concepts for simplicity and raw power under the hood, the HTC Sensation is the more refined and distinctive luxury ride, which is less capable in certain core aspects, but carries with it additional perks that make for a more sophisticated experience. Frankly, in the land of the little green robots, you can’t go wrong with any of these two."

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