Summary: If you’re in the market for a music-oriented smartphone that bundles in some excellent audio technology and a decent set of headphones, look no further — the HTC Sensation XE is the one for you
Pros: iBeats headphones are great, Beats Audio makes a BIG difference, powerful processor, classic design, durable, premium-looking
Cons: It's heavy, Android Ice Cream Sandwich will out-date its software soon, expensive, limited internal storage
Summary: HTC has decided to get all hippity-hop happy with its latest smart phone, the HTC Sensation XE . It's a refreshed version of the brilliant HTC Sensation that packs Beats audio tech, as well as a faster processor and improved battery life. The HTC Sensation XE comes with a set of in-ear Beats by Dr. Dre headphones.
Summary: The latest handset to have come up from brand HTC is the all new HTC Sensation XE . Basically, it’s the same HTC Sensation with couple of changes and updates. This is the sole reason that it still includes the Sensation name. However, the model has gone through a serious makeover in terms of its features and specs and this is why it has been creating quite a stir these days.
Conclusion: Of HTC's two Beats phones, the Sensation XE adds a better screen, faster processor and expandable memory to an 8-megapixel camera, plus it good sounds, all for more or less the same price. If you don't actually need a huge screen, this is the one to go for. But if you do want a bigger screen, consider the HTC Sensation XL .
Pros: Good screen. Beats Audio technology. Fast processor. Good 8-megapixel camera
Excerpt: The HTC Sensation XE built well on the success of the original Sensation , but since the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich toting handsets at MWC 2012 it is in need of an update to keep up with the pack.
Excerpt: We've got our hands on the HTC Sensation XE Ice Cream Sandwich update that rolls in Android 4 and Sense 3.6. This isn't a leaked ROM, it's the bona fide FOTA update from HTC, going out in a select preview programme to a lucky few. HTC has told us that Sense 3.6 and Sense 4, as seen on the new HTC One X, were developed in parallel and Sense 3.6 is going to roll out to the Sensation and Sensation XE.