The HTC Sensation Special Edition will be powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8260 processor, quadrupled internal storage of 4GB, and an enhanced battery life of 1,730mAh. The phone has a price tag of £520 ($847) and no word of whether it’ll be hitting the states, but if it does, you can expect it to be subsidized. No release date was mentioned, but it should be announced at the IFA by HTC this week. How many of you who recently purchased the original Sensation now feel like you should have waited instead?
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