Tuesday , December 11 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » HTC Sensation leaked again, this time by Vodafone UK

You know what HTC, don’t even bother with your HTC Sensation announcement in three hours, your partners have already done all the announcing for you. Vodafone UK has jumped in on the HTC Sensation leaking act, by making public their order page for the device which you obviously can’t order yet. Though you’ll be happy to know the 1.2GHz Dual-core Snapdragon CPU is listed, along with the 4.3″ qHD display which will be of the Super LCD variety and 8MP shooter. There’s also 4GB of internal memory and a handy 8GB MicroSD thrown in for good measure. So if anyone else would like to take part in the sensational leak-fest (that sounds horrible), feel free to do so before HTC kill the fun at 10:30PM Melb/Syd time.

Source: Vodafone UK.

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David Anderton
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a little large for my liking but awesome specs! So many new phones that sounds awesome LG 2X, Galaxy s2, HTC everything bar the wildfire s.

Joey
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wow i think its this or the samsung galaxy s 2 depends on the plan that captures it, im really thinking about going telstra for there execelent service but there so expensive.

Padoo
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Padoo

TELSTRA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeniskunk
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Jeniskunk

That’ll pretty much kill the phone here if it’s launch carrier is Vodafail

Ben
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Ben

… It looks like I’m switching over to Vodafone then… Bah!

Optus, as it seems right now, doesn’t have a killer phone in the works. Their Xperia Arc, while nice, doesn’t have the staying power that the phones that Telstra and (presumably, at least) have. It’s quite unfortunate indeed (for me, as an Optus customer, and for Optus).

Ben
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Ben

… It looks like I’m switching over to Vodafone then… Bah!

Optus, as it seems right now, doesn’t have a killer phone in the works. Their Xperia Arc, while nice, doesn’t have the staying power that the phones that Telstra and (presumably, at least) have. It’s quite unfortunate indeed (for me, as an Optus customer, and for Optus).

Nathsgames
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Nathsgames

Ohhhh so can’t wait!

Geoff Fieldew
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Wow, you are really in the future. Time stamp on your post says 8.23pm but it looks like you actually did it closer to 7.30pm!

Scott
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Beeza Geeza
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This. To infinity.

Jake Oliver
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Jake Oliver

Is it just me or do all HTC phones look pretty much EXACTLY THE SAME? In terms of aesthetics that is.

Beeza Geeza
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Oh, you mean like iPhones?

Harpersneil
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Harpersneil

I’ve been waiting patiently for Telstra to release the Desire S… should I get this instead?! Can’t wait for Mobicity to get it’s hand on this badboy!

Nathsgames
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Nathsgames

Desire S is old tech aleeadym. Get this.

dellos
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dellos

If this means Vodafone AU will get this Bad boy imma lose it

MorkaiAU
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Hmmm, 4gb on board is the only thing really letting this down for me, but I suppose a big enough micro-sd will suffice.

Lemon
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* SWOON *

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