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HTC Sensation XE Z715E with Beats Audio Unlocked GSM Android Phone - International Version - No Warranty - Black

by HTC
2.1 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
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  • This is a GSM phone and does NOT work with: Verizon, Sprint, or MetroPCS.
  • This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.96 inches, 2.56 inches, 0.44 inches
  • Weight: 5.28 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 550 minutes
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 310 hours
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Product Description

htc sensation xe z715e with beats audio android 1.5 GHz processor 8 mega pixel dual camera htc touch sense

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2.6 x 0.4 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces
  • ASIN: B005MPZOIG
  • Item model number: 99HNA118-00
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,055 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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don`t buy from this seller they don`t include the dr dre beats headsets like they should. the box is smaller than the original one.there are two kind of boxing for this phone the smal box(phone sized)and the bigger one that include the dre beats as it shows the dre sets on the box.

you can buy the phone including dre beats headsets(the big box) from other sellers from amazon with only 20usd more like FGS
AND make sure you call the seller before you buy to ask about the dre headsets.and by reading the customer reviews to be sure.

it is a great phone but i feel riped off from the seller for not giving me what i asked for
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I've always been looking for a phone that would make my heart melt and this is the first phone in a decade that has been able to do that. Before I discuss to you what I so love about this phone, I'll tell you what phones I've purchased over the years:

From 1999-2011:
- Nokia 3210
- Nokia 3330
- Nokia 3350
- Nokia 3650
- Nokia 6600
- Sony Ericsson k700i
- Sony Ericsson W800i
- Sony Ericsson W880i
- Sony Ericsson W902i
- Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i
- HTC Sensation XE and Blackberry Curve 3600

Now, I'm going to talk about the HTC Sensation XE.

I discovered this phone thanks to a friend of mine who showed it to me at an HTC store. The first time I set my eyes on it, I immediately had a crush on it. But the moment I held it in my hand and touched it, then tried out the Beats headphones that came with it, I fell in love.

Now, I don't want to waste your time with platitudes of why I love this phone in the abstract sense, pun not intended. I'll get to the technical nitty gritty. Tee hee! Here we go:

PROS:
- The LCD display is vibrant and the colors pop out. No delay on the response whatsoever.
- Uses gorilla glass, so it won't scratch if you drop it.
- Body: the body is tight and swag. Its metallic finish is engineered to perfection. Quite sturdy and looks like a sports car type phone.
- has red earpiece, red lighted menu buttons, and a beats logo imprinted at the back of its black varnished metallic body
- performance wise, this phone is a beast. It has dual core, 1.5Ghz processor, but the battery life is splendid. Would last you a good 12-15 hours under normal operations (data or wi-fi included)
- the Sense 3.
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Just a great phone. Ive dropped it a fews times but still works fine. You'll feel the difference from Samsungs and other brands.
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The device is simply wonderful. Skipping menus,browsing internet, as far as games & business applications start in a moment and work perfectly without any bugs. Camera is also quite good in comparison with smartphones having the same matrix such as Nokia.The update to Android 4.0.3 is also available what allows to fix some system bugs and make interface more friendly. The only problem I face to is that the battery discharges quickly jus after 6 hours of active use not including Wi-fi to be switched on.
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I was debating between this phone, the Sensation and the Sensation XL. I wasn't sure I wanted a white phone so I didn't go for the XL, the Sensation is supposed to have a slower processor and XE looks consistent and comes with Dre head phones so I chose this phone once I saw how the desktop looked. You see I'm coming from a Blackberry Torch 2 so my eyes ache for a big screen, better browsing and a better graphical experience to say the least. I would be using the phone for personal use and I didn't want to go with Samsung because I'm a Htc loyalist ever since I used the classy HTC Evo. The Samsung Nexus Prime would be the biggest competition to this phone. It came with Android 2.3 .. which was a little surprising and I still havent been able to update to the new operating system so I'm a little peeved but patient because there is not a lot about this operating system to change. I shall discuss features first ...

1. The phone is snappy and nothing takes long to load. Maps opens up easily, it is perfectly capable of downloading five mp3 songs at once, doing mail, doing google maps, taking a picture...the integration with Google is still not very good I feel. I understand Android is made on the Google platform but seriously the Browser is abysmal. There is an alternate browser I found and loved. Firefox...I don't think I would be able to stand this phone sometimes if it was not for speedy old Firefox. The browsing experience was decent but MULTITASKING is good with the snappy processor.

2. The software loaded is quite similar to HTC Evo's original software. The icon spacing seems good, there are quite a few screens which I have customized. The WEATHER looks exotic and eye-catching.
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I previously owned a Xperia x10 minipro, and decided to go for a more expensive android device. The main reason i bought this one is for the beats audio, mi mp3 player was starting to fail and i needed a new one as well.

The audio is great, at least for me, i usually listen to progressive rock, metal and some symphonic death metal, and i found the audio really clean. From my point of view the iPhone definitely have a higher volume, but the Sensation XE is more clean, as well for the type of music that i listen to, i love to hear the keyboards and the bass, and be able to difference them from the guitar and drums, and this phone manages that.

The HTC Version of android is really smooth, the only think that i hate about it is that you are forced to have 7 virtual desktops or screens, i generally use about 3 or 4, but is not a deal breaker.

so far all the applications that i have tried runs smoothly, i manly use twitter, google reader, and some games occasionally, and i can't complain.

Battery life is a lot better than my previous phone, listening music for about 1 hour until i get to my job, checking twitter every half an hour, playing about 20-30 mins in my break, and then listening music back for another hour until i get home and the battery usually is about 70-60 percent. and that's about 11 hours turned on.

Of course i usually have Bluetooth, 3g and wi-fi turned off with low illumination in the screen, but i guess everyone is the same on that department :P

In conclusion, for $550 you get an awesome phone, with great audio and a pair of Beats headphones for free (they cost about $100 i believe) and is a great phone!

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