Memory cards to benefit owners of new HTC 'superphone'?14 April 2011 17:21:05
A media ‘superphone’ unveiled by HTC this week could see memory cards come in handy for those looking to store their media files.
HTC has announced the launch of the new Sense, which it dubs a 'superphone' due to its impressive specs.
This includes a 4.3-inch high resolution widescreen and a 1.2-gigahertz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The HTC Sense also comes with an 8-megapixel camera and can shoot HD video in 1080p resolution, with full stereo sound, at up to 30 frames a second.
In addition, the Sense incorporates the new HTC Watch service, which enables users to watch TV shows and movies on their mobile phone.
"Smartphones have evolved into pocket-sized entertainment centres that enable people to take their favourite content with them wherever they go," said Peter Chou, chief executive of HTC.
"The HTC Sensation takes this even further by combining the great new HTC Watch entertainment experience with the latest HTC Sense experience to deliver a powerful, evolved multimedia smartphone to our customers."
While the HTC Sense comes with internal memory, users may want to expand this with a MicroSD memory card to give them more space to store their media files.
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