Sunday, June 26, 2011

HTC Sensation Review

The market share of smartphone with Android operating system is increasing. According to a report released by the research institute iResearch, Android smartphone market share will reach 50 percent in 2015. Visible trend of increasing market share from the many manufacturers that continue to deliver a smartphone with an operating system that handled by Google into the market. Included in the homeland.
For example, the HTC Corporation, as one of the producers who also pursue business smartphone Android smartphone now returned to update the HTC touch screen by presenting a Sensation in Indonesia. With 1.2 GHz dual core processor from Qualcomm, HTC Sensation using 4.3-inch display with a resolution up to 540x960 pixels. With an 8MP camera, this phone can display and record video in full HD or 1080p resolution.
"HTC seeks to continue to revolutionize mobile multimedia and pocket-sized entertainment center," said Agus Sugiharto, Country Manager for Indonesia today launched the HTC HTC Sensation in Jakarta. "With the latest HTC, we will provide a better user experience for customers," claims Agus. Agus said, HTC took Telkomsel as a provider of telecommunications and data services. For information, to connect to the Internet, in addition to Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, HTC Sensation supports 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA. "To be more comfortable in using the HTC Sensation, smartphone users can get unlimited data service for free for 6 months," said Gideon Edie Purnomo, Vice President of Channel Management, Telkomsel. Gideon sure, its cooperation with manufacturers like HTC will also make the Android market share in Indonesia has increased. For information, Telkomsel users who take advantage of Android-based smartphone has now reached 180 thousand users. "This figure continues to grow significantly," he said.
In Indonesia, a smartphone with Google's Android operating system 2.3 (Gingerbread) is marketed through Grapari Telkomsel in price Rp5, 499 million from the end of June 2011.

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