Are you looking out for the HTC Sensation, waiting to see if this smartphone will ride across the horizon towards you? Well, good news for AT&T customers – a version of the HTC Sensation that will play nice with AT&T’s GSM 850 and 1900 bands, in addition to WCDMA II and V bands, has just picked up the all important approval from the FCC, which means it would be arriving on AT&T soon – as tradition would dictate, of course, bar something that happens along the way to prevent that from happening.

Just in case the HTC Sensation looks familiar to you, that is because it was known as the Pyramid previously, where the Pyramid model also arrive at the FCC in the guise of PG58110. Back then, said device supported T-Mobile USA’s 4G band, but at least now you know AT&T’s bands being supported would translate to subscribers on that network being given a chance to see what the new Sensation is all about without switching networks.

There is no word on pricing or availability as at press time, but if it were to make its way to another carrier, do expect the name to change. HTC and AT&T have yet to confirm the phone’s launch over the network, but you can sleep easy knowing that the Sensation can be purchased as an unlocked version, ready and waiting for you to throw an AT&T SIM card inside.

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