May 05 AT 9:27 AM Nick Gray 13 Comments

HTC Sensation 4G gets FCC approval ahead of early June launch

With less than a month to go before its T-Mobile launch, the HTC Sensation 4G has been cleared by the FCC to be sold in North America.  The HTC Sensation 4G will be the first phone from HTC to be powered by Qualcomm’s dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and will feature HTC’s new Sense 3.0 user interface.  T-Mobile has yet to announce an exact launch date and price for the handset, but we have a suspicion that the phone could hit store shelves as early as June 8th.

Since the T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G and the upcoming Sprint HTC EVO 3D are nearly identical (except for the whole 3D thing of course), we’re wondering which phone you would prefer?  Does a phone with 3D capabilities really appeal to you?  Would anyone be willing to jump ship to pick up either of their phones on a different carrier?

Via: HTC Source

Source: FCC

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • Galen20K

    Cannot wait, getting both this and the Galaxy S 2!!

    • http://Website UniqueNate

      I’m in the same boat but for Sprint. So it’s the SGSII for Sprint and Evo 3D or Nexus S4G. SO either one dual core for me and a pure and quick updated phone.

  • http://Website Dub-R

    I’ve been with T-Mobile for about 7yrs now. Stucc with them through thicc & thin. I’ve had Several Android phones since the G1 (Currently own a G2). The HTC S4G is a GAMECHANGER for T-Mobile. With this, the Galaxy S II, LG G-Slate and nex gen slider hittin the market Q3, T-Mobile is STANDING TALL in what “may” be its “Final Days”

    Dub-R

    • Galen20K

      they’re really on a roll this year. Hopefully this terrible Merger falls through and use that $3 billion and AWS roaming strengthen their network. now if only their ridiculous parent company overseas throws the money they need to move forward. I REALLY think DT dislikes the united states.

  • http://Website alex

    I want the mytouch 4g slide :D

  • http://Website Black Kristos

    The 3D ability on the EVO never did much for me, but I was ready to jump ship to Sprint before the Sensation was confirmed for Tmo. I plan on giving the Sensation a couple of weeks in the public before buying, but am 99% sure that I’ll be sticking with Tmo and getting that hot phone.

  • http://Website Roland

    This is going to be a great phone, but I’m looking for the Nexus 3

  • http://Website Tim

    Sprint sucks around my house so no way. And 3D on a phone doesn’t do much for me. I might get the Sensation but I love my Nexus One so not sure I really want to give that up for the whole Sense thing.

    • http://Website UniqueNate

      If you have the N1 then that means you probably had it for a while. So how but an upgrade and you can keep the N1 as a back up. I mean it will still receive updates.

      • Galen20K

        yeap exactly, up until now my Nexus One has been my backup and funny enough its always had the newest version of Android out of all my phones. Smart idea

  • http://Website btelks

    Can’t fricken wait

  • http://Website yellowbean

    I’m thinking of ditching Sprint after many many years to pick up the Sensation on T-Mobile. The 3D feature on the EVO3D is a detractor for me and adds bulk to the phone from what I can tell in the pics. And WiMax is still a battery hog compared to HSPA+.

  • http://Website blah blah blah

    this over the gs2 anyday… this was my original choice, and touchwiz f*cking sucks