Conclusion: The Sensation 4G is HTC’s first Android Gingerbread phone, and the first with HTC Sense 3.0. Consider us impressed. Aside from a few small issues with the shape of its screen and the low amount of internal storage, the Sensation outpaces and outclasses almost every other Android phone. HTC Sense was already one of the best user interfaces available for Android, but the new 3D effects and useful feature upgrades — like embedded settings in the notifications tray — make it...
Pros: 4.3-inch qHD (540x960px) display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor packs power, HTC Sense 3.0 has a ton of useful new features, Good battery life
Cons: Only 1GB of free internal storage, Weak rear speaker, Rounded screen can reflect light oddly, New Sense 3.0 unlock screen is sometimes difficult to use
Summary: Of all the monster 4.3-inch phones, the HTC Sensation 4G is the best designed and the most attractive. In other words, it's great because it's not a monster at all. This smartphone also has plenty of power, thanks to its dual-core Snapdragon CPU.
Pros: Fast dual-core performance, Big qHD display, Compact design for 4.3-inch screen, Welcome improvements to Sense interface, Long battery life
Cons: Choppy 1080p video, HTC Watch has lackluster selection, No HDMI port, Speakers not very loud
Excerpt: The HTC Sensation 4G is the latest T-Mobile smartphone to enter the market. After initial tests and reviews, the Sensation looks to have emerged as one of the better smartphones phones ever produced. It's thin, sturdy, packed with features and boasts an impressive spec sheet. The HTC Sensation has a 1.3 GHz dual-core processor, something we used to see in computers 15 years ago. It has a 4.3 inch HD display and an 8-megapixel camera.