Crack Dealing Compton Gangsters Praise HTC Sensation XL Mobile Casinos
Nov 5, 2011
HTC Sensation XL
HTC has kept its promised and released the highly coveted Sensation XL in the United Kingdom much to the delight of mobile gamers.
It was a little past 11pm when Jerome met us at the predesignated fried chicken shack. A man of few words, Jerome did admit that the vast majority of crack dealing Compton gangsters in his gang (the bloods), prefer the HTC Sensation XL HipHop mobile phone over any other brand.
The new breed of technology savvy street crack dealers also seem to prefer gambling at mobile casinos, which is a new hot trend catching on among the thousands of California street gangs. “Yo that mad swag son,” Jerome replied enthusiastically before walking out into the night and leaving us to settle the bill.
HTC Sensation XL
The new HTC Sensation XL packs a pair of high-quality Beats headphones and is now available in both unlocked and contract-tied versions at various UK stores. Fans of mobile casinos have waited long enough for this monster, but now their dream has come true.
The new monster of a smartphone packs a 4.7 inch screen and is powered by 1.5 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU and Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset. 16 GB of internal memory and 768 MB of RAM are enough to provide a blasting experience at Android casinos.
The most peculiar thing about the new device is a pair of Beats headphones – the result of the recent partnership between HTC and Beats by Dr. Dre. The phone also packs an impressive 8MP camera with a F/2.2 lens. The device runs on Android Gingerbread.
UK carrier Three gives the magic phone for free with a two year contract worth at least ?34 per month. Alternatively, if you can wait two weeks, you will be able to get a SIM-free version of the HTC Sensation XL for ?450 at Amazon and Three.
Not a bad deal for a high-quality smartphone that is guaranteed to take mobile casino games experience on another level.
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