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  Reply # 523682 20-Sep-2011 19:02
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The Sensations build quality is actually inferior to the SGSII's Heavenlywild, because of its sleeve design. It has better build materials, but build quality and build materials are not synonymous.

I think best advice is to wait, with 720p screens coming it doesn't really make sense to jump onto current generation devices unless you MUST have a new phone right now.




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  Reply # 523695 20-Sep-2011 19:23
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That is right NZtechfreak. As you know, one does get fidgety fingers after owning a device for 11 months:P Like all geeks, it's tempting to go for something new, better and shiny!

A quick google reveals that HTC is due to launch a few new phones in London on the 6th of October:
http://thenextweb.com/mobile/2011/09/19/htc-schedules-october-6-launch-event-in-london-htc-bass-inco.../

It's odd why they would still consider a single core 1.5GHz processor when dual processors are popular. The large screen is an attractive feature though!

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