Excerpt: I've owned this phone since 1.5 years and it hasn't ever disappointed me, except at some instances I've covered below. Overall, it's a good phone for simple users, who are not looking for a phone for hard gaming, for heavy web browsing or that can carry a lot of apps simultaneously.
Pros: Screen resolution, Dual LED flash, SD card extension slot, Lots of RAM, NFC, Easy to root
Cons: Cell reception, Battery, Weight, Does not update to Jelly Bean, Does not support USB OTG, Does not have multiple gestures support like Galaxy S3, Default launcher eats a lot of RAM, Apex launcher preferred, GPU isn't as great as that of iPhone 4
Summary: I had this phone for 2 years and liked it. HTC makes the most durable phones on the market. I never had a case on it and dropped it at least 50 times and barely a scratch on the screen or the body. HTC also makes the nicest phones on the market. This one was not an exception.
Excerpt: Great phone for the two years I've had it. Runs great and really smooth. Camera takes amazing quality pictures, screen is nice and clear even though it's not 720p. Same internal components as Sensation XE and One S however I think it's the best out of the 3.
Pros: Comfortable design, Camera, Colors on display look really nice, Internal speaker, not the loudest, but really good quality sound, NFC, MHL compatible for HDMI output, Removable battery, MicroSD card slot, works with 64GB cards, 4G connectivity, Dedicated camcorder button on side
Summary: Features are great & nice look as it has so many features running all the time the battery runs out very quickly, it says most of the battery used by cell standby. But i am happy with phone great apps gives very clear pics.
Summary: I had this for over an year now. The phone is okay, nice design, good performance overall. It is quite heavy and the battery does not last long. I bought new battery a little bit bigger than the previous one, it lasts about double the time now.