HTC has produced some cracking mobile phones this year, including the Facebook-friendly ChaCha and Salsa and the mid-tier HTC Wildfire S. The Sensation sits at the top of HTC’s range and includes a dual-core processor and huge 4.3-inch screen.
Running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, it also includes the latest version of HTC Sense, HTC’s custom UI, with it’s weather widget, friend stream and host of new features.
So successful has the Sensation been, that HTC recently announced the Sensation XE, which borrows many of the features of the original Sensation, but adds Beats Audio for enhanced audio performance. Check out our hands-on pictures here.
So what do we think of the HTC Sensation? Can it match it’s Android rival the dual-core Samsung Galaxy S2? Or the iPhone 4? Check out our video review below and you can read the full review here.