HTC Sensation review
May 30th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

HTC Sensation

The latest android phone from the HTC, Sensation, has been launched exclusively through Vodafone in UK (We, at Mobile hub, have updated you with that news – as always). The Android 2.3.3 running Sensation which has a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 4.3” display is the very latest phone to catch attention. So, we thought to review it for you.

Sensation is an important release from the HTC stable but it feels pretty similar to the previous devices in the Android range from HTC. The consensual impression is that Sensation is like a big Desire S with a few modified touches in design and heavier than the Galaxy S II. However, it certainly scores marks as a friendly, familiar model.

The dual-LED flash and the camera sensor add to the features of Sensation giving it a better feel. Also adding to the feel quotient is the exterior that gives it a tougher, more rigid and curved feel than its predecessors.

The screen is a whopping 4.3” one but that doesn’t make the Sensation look bulky. It certainly is slimmer than the Desire HD and almost same in size of Desire.  Sense has been upgraded to 3.0 and the new interactive lock screen gives it a classy touch for the customers.

Overall, Sensation scores on more number of features making it truly a wonderful sensation to have the same. So much can be said about the market reception from the fact that the competitor service providers have already lined up Sensation in the coming months.

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