The HTC Sensation looks unassuming, but its hefty aluminium case, hugely powerful processor and fabulously whizzy, customisable software make it feel like a giant among smart phones.
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The HTC Sensation XL is a classy music phone but it struggles to stand out from the increasingly competitive Android pack, despite its huge screen. There's nothing horrible about it, but several areas have room for improvement.
It may be an update of the existing Sensation rather than a brand-new phone, but that doesn't alter the fact that the Sensation XE is one of the very best Android phones we've yet seen from HTC. Its Beats Audio tech, top-notch bundled earphones and powerful dual-core processor make it a worthy challenger to the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Typical price: £450.00
Its excellent design and user experience, coupled with its solid performance, make the HTC Sensation 4G one of the best Android phones yet and a top pick for T-Mobile customers.
Asda is selling the excellent HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio with a free pair of sweet Beats headphones for £330.
After a number of delays and a bit of finger-pointing, T-Mobile is ready to issue Android 4.0 to the HTC Sensation 4G.
Ice Cream Sandwich is arriving on the HTC Sensation and HTC Sensation XE in some countries.
HTC is planning a limited preview of HTC Sense and Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich on the HTC Sensation and HTC Sensation XE.
The HTC Sensation XL and HTC Desire HD are among the phones updating to Ice Cream Sandwich, some as soon as the end of March.