The HTC Sensation has finally gone on sale from Telstra. The Sensation is pretty much the only viable contender right now for the Galaxy S II when talking purely in terms of hardware. Much like back when the HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S were vying for the Android throne in Australia these two devices are sure to give each other some major contention in the coming months, especially seeing as we haven’t even been given a release date for the next generation of iPhone yet.
Pricing and Plans for the HTC Sensation
Consumer customers can purchase HTC Sensation on Telstra Freedom® Connect Plans including for $0 upfront on a $79 Freedom® Connect Plan (min cost is $1,896 over 24 months). This plan includes $800 worth of eligible calls, unlimited standard national text, unlimited MessageBank® use and 2GB of data to use in Australia each month.
Telstra Business customers can purchase the HTC Sensation on $59 Business Mobile Maximiser Plan with an additional handset payment of $13 per month (min cost is $1,728 over 24 months). This plan includes $550 worth of eligible calls, unlimited standard national text and 1.5GB of data to use in Australia each month.
It is also available to purchase for RRP $792 outright.
via Telstra Exchange
If you missed our HTC Sensation Preview then we’ll give you a few quick tips on what to expect from this beast.
- Dual-core 1.2GHz Processor
- 4.3 inch, 540 x 960 QHD display
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- 8MP camera with dual LED flash
- 1080p video capture
- 1GB internal storage with 1x 8GB MicroSD card supplied (max 32GB)
If you’re after a top-end Android then we definitely suggest taking a look at this device when your next in the market to compare.