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T-Mobile Sensation 4G Android 4.0 update ends free tethering

T-Mobile Sensation 4G Android 4.0 update ends free tethering

T-Mobile USA subscribers using the HTC Sensation will have to choose between free tethering and an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, with the carrier's fine-print revealing mobile hotspot use will no longer be overlooked. "HTC Sensation 4G [users] will be required to add Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspot feature in order to use the service after completing this update"the Android 4.0 software update support document confirms, ahead of the new firmware's release on Wednesday this week.

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T-Mobile Sensation 4G Review

T-Mobile Sensation 4G Review

The approach of the T-Mobile Sensation 4G may have been keeping Android fans awake at night, but I wasn't one of them. I have to admit, I haven't been feeling HTC's recent handsets. Sure, they're well made and reliable, but it also felt like the company had taken a cookie-cutter approach, churning out little-changed me-too phones across the carriers. HTC's - since moderated - attitude towards bootloader locking didn't help. More importantly, I've been using an imported Samsung Galaxy S II and fell in love with the smoking fast dual-core, slim and light build, brilliant Super AMOLED Plus display and excellent camera. For me, the GSII was the phone to have right now; could the Sensation 4G convince me otherwise?

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T-Mobile Sensation 4G Officially Announced

T-Mobile Sensation 4G Officially Announced

The fine folks at T-Mobile have sent out a press release regarding the new king of HTC devices, the HTC Sensation 4G. This device has been released in the UK for some weeks now, flying over the pond to hit the USA directly in the T-Mobile. The HTC Sensation on T-Mobile will of course be rolling out on T-Mobile's 4G network and will be out, as they're saying, "by June 15th," which means very possibly a bit sooner. This date is a bit further down the line than the original June 8th suggestion we last laid eyes on.

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T-Mobile Sensation 4G: Has the ATRIX 4G met its match?

T-Mobile Sensation 4G: Has the ATRIX 4G met its match?

Let's sit down for a moment and have a talk. ATRIX 4G, you've had an alright run. You've been here for a few weeks, you've had a great time at CTIA, you've been to Barcelona, and are currently sitting in houses and apartments and businesses all across the USA. Don't you think you've had enough? It might be time that you throw in the towel. There may well be someone here who's planning on taking your place. I'm sorry but you're going to have to fight to the death for your dual-core seat of ultimate glory - it's only fair! Behold - T-Mobile Sensation 4G.

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HTC Amaze 4G ICS update due May 21st

HTC Amaze 4G ICS update due May 21st

As of writing, Ice Cream Sandwich has made its way to 4.9% of all Android devices. That’s still extremely low considering the age of the operating system, and worrying considering Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is rumored to be launching soon. OEMs are scrambling to provide updates, so here’s a piece of good news: the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile USA will receive an ICS update on May 21st.

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HTC: Two November launches; Sensation fell short of expectations

HTC: Two November launches; Sensation fell short of expectations

HTC has confirmed it will launch two new smartphones in November, one of which is expected to be the HTC Rezound aka the first Beats Audio enabled device for the US market. Speaking during the financial results call with investors today, having announced $625m profit in Q3 earlier today, HTC revealed its plans for two device launches next month, though failed to specify which platforms they would run on.

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HTC Amaze 4G hands-on

HTC Amaze 4G hands-on

T-Mobile may not be getting the iPhone 4S, but it isn't letting that stop it bulk up its smartphone range. Instead its Android coming to the rescue, with the HTC Amaze 4G expected to play a significant part: taking the Sensation XE as its starting point, the Amaze 4G throws in 42Mbps HSPA+ support and a full 1GB of RAM. It's fresh to the SlashGear testbench today, so check out our first impressions after the cut.

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