The HTC Sensation XE is now available to order from Three in the high street and, we’re told, will be available to order online from tomorrow.
Though the Beats Audio-accentuated Android phone is still sitting on Three’s Coming Soon page, we were told that the Sensation XE can be had for £37 a month on The One Plan for 24 months which gives you 2,000 minutes, 5,000 texts, and Three’s trademark All You Can Eat unlimited internet access. Initially not part of Three’s line-up for this year, the Sensation XE was added thanks to popular demand.
The HTC Sensation XE will also available on a £30 Pay Monthly plan (full details TBC) and on pay-as-you-go for £399.99.
£15 a month on Three pay-as-you-go will sign you up to the All in One 15 plan, which gives you unlimited internet access for 30 days, and bungs in 300 minutes and 3,000 messages. £25 will give you the same unlimited data and messages, but gives you 500 minutes, should you need to talk more.
The HTC Sensation XE comes bundled with Beats Audio headphones and features an enhanced sound profile that’s been tailored specifically of these headphones. The levels of bass kicked out by the Sensation XE are quite something, so if you like your low end super-low, then this is worth checking out.
Other specs and features of the HTC Sensation XE include an 8-megapixel camera that shoots 1080p HD video, and a 4.3-inch qHD SLCD display. Read our full review of the HTC Sensation XE here and check out our blow-by-blow account of its showdown with the Samsung Galaxy S2.