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#90225 16-Sep-2011 19:50
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Anyone interested? More info on htc.com

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1.5 GHz dual-core processor, Adreno 220 GPU, Qualcomm MSM 8260 Snapdragon

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  #522432 17-Sep-2011 19:09
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The stock Sensation has 1080p nothing new there same as the GPU, but i like the new CPU! lol




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  #522436 17-Sep-2011 19:16
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Should be able to overclock the original Sensation CPU to 1.5 anyways though right?

Since the beats firmware is already leaked and available for the original Sensation this seems mostly a non-event to me. If they had upped the RAM a bit I could have been tempted...




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  #522437 17-Sep-2011 19:20
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NZtechfreak: Should be able to overclock the original Sensation CPU to 1.5 anyways though right?

Since the beats firmware is already leaked and available for the original Sensation this seems mostly a non-event to me. If they had upped the RAM a bit I could have been tempted...


Yea you can run it all day at 1.5 no worries, you can go up to 1.9 lol its not real good though in my humble opinion




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  #522439 17-Sep-2011 19:21
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CdTDroiD: The stock Sensation has 1080p nothing new there same as the GPU, but i like the new CPU! lol


Im pretty sure its the same CPU, the normal sensation was downclocked to 1.2 by HTC IIRC 

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  #522445 17-Sep-2011 19:38
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All I want is the battery!

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  #522470 17-Sep-2011 21:15
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Just had it confirmed the CPU's are the same, the first sensation was suposed to be clocked at 1.5ghz but was taken back to 1.2ghz just before release. But they are both the same CPU




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  #522497 17-Sep-2011 22:53
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CdTDroiD: Just had it confirmed the CPU's are the same, the first sensation was suposed to be clocked at 1.5ghz but was taken back to 1.2ghz just before release. But they are both the same CPU


that sucks. HTC should fix this, new firmware and clock the cpu back to 1.5ghz.





 
 
 
 


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  #522498 17-Sep-2011 23:04
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Wish they had released a Sensation or any other phone with an even larger screen!

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  #523917 21-Sep-2011 10:22
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The faster chip and extra battery life would be great. It would be better if they upped the RAM to 1GB and perhaps added more storage - with the SGS2 packing 16GB, 1GB seems a bit light.

Looks hot with those red accents though... and red always goes faster, right?

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  #523965 21-Sep-2011 11:24
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The only difference between this and the normal sensation I know of is that the CPU is at the correct speed it should be, the in ears beats headphones and the HTC beats music. (Which you can mod into your original sensation anyway)

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BucketheadNZ: The only difference between this and the normal sensation I know of is that the CPU is at the correct speed it should be, the in ears beats headphones and the HTC beats music. (Which you can mod into your original sensation anyway)


And a higher rated battery. But I wonder if no longer downlclocking CPU will cancel out all that extra juice that it has.

I'm gonna wait for it, as the alternative path of upgrading the existing model means buying better headset and higher rated battery, plus have to use a custom ROM. Rather have it all on tap.

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