HTC Sense 3.0, fast, nice screen.
Great UI customisation; Effortless multitasking; 1080p video recording; dual-core CPU; Excellent build quality.
HTC Sense 3.0 is a polished and user-friendly UI; great camera; good battery life; solid build quality; qHD display.
Snazzy User Interface, Excellent HD Video Recording, Superior Browsing Experience, Impressive Battery Life, Clear Call Quality
Fast; beautiful screen; decent call quality; excellent build quality; New Sense UI; T-mobile tweaks that add value; decent camera for stills and video
Great aluminium construction, qHD Screen is very sharp, Sense 3.0 looks great.
Hires screen, great construction quality, Sense UI 3.0.
Speedy 1.2GHz dualcore processor, large qHD display, new HTC Sense 3.0 UI, 8MP camera with 1080p HD video
The HTC Sensation 4G boasts a sleek, high-quality design with a gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display. The Android smartphone also features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 8-megapixel camera, and the HTC Sense user interface brings some thoughtful and useful ...
Big, beautiful, high-res screen. Excellent Web browsing performance. Good-looking, useful Android skin.
Dual core 4G = awesome performance, Gorgeous qHD display, Thin, curved design.
Spacious HD screen, efficient new unlock screen, HTC’s standard ease of use, new 3D look and feel, great email and web features, excellent touch-screen ...
QHD resolution is a winner, Best ergonomics for a 4.3inch phone yet, Buttery smooth 1080p video recording
No backlight for onscreen soft buttons, some instances of screen unresponsiveness, loudspeaker could have been better, no Gorilla Glass
Lacklustre video player; Limited viewing angles.
Speakers are too soft, power button placement requires some getting used to; the weight may be too heavy for some; 8GB microSD card bundled might not be enough storage.
Disappointing Video Playback, Average Bundled Headphones, Camera Shoots Oversaturated Photos Outdoors
No pouch or case included; Speaker is okay but still not as good as I believe it could be
Could be bulky for some, Viewing angles could be better, Battery life could be longer
A bit heavy, Camera is just ok
No metal unibody, only 1GB internal storage, perhaps too large for some people
The smartphone doesn't offer much internal memory, and the phone's speakers are pretty weak.
Some antenna issues may exist, Camcorder footage looks shaky.
Mediocre camera, HTCSense.com backup service still doesn’t work, very little change in Sense 3.0 bar aesthetic upgrades, 3D effects are love-or-hate Look and Feel...
Display isn't as Super as on Galaxy S II, Sense 3.0 changes are mostly cosmetic, Locked bootloader
By TechSpot on June 21, 2011
The HTC Sensation is a great handset, there's no doubt about that, and in my opinion it is the proper successor to the original HTC Desire. With a spec boost in almost every area it's a more convincing upgrade than the Desire S was and feels...-
By MobileWhack on January 16, 2012
HTC has recently dropped the price of the Sensation to RM1,799 a pop from its RM2,299 price point just a few months after making an appearance on the market. I suppose this was done to make it more competitive with the newer handsets that rolled out...-
By TechSmart.co.za on December 05, 2011
The Sensation is exactly what a good smartphone should be like in 2011. This flagship phone is not flashy, instead providing classy looks, a good screen and solid performance. HTC’s Sense 3.0 user interface is the clincher though – it made...-
By MobilesRoom on October 20, 2011
HTC has packed Sensation with so many great features that it really makes a very good impression. Though the phone has certain disadvantages, yet undoubtedly it is one of the most solid smartphones which you will find in the market. The dual core...70
By LetsGoMobile on October 09, 2011
H TC is bringing a fun addition to its Android smartphone portfolio with the HTC Sensation. The HTC Sense interface over the Android operating system makes it a typical HTC smartphone. The only thing I do not like is the scrolling through the menu,...86
By Whathifi.com on October 04, 2011
The Sensation is the company’s latest ‘multimedia superphone’ but you’d be forgiven for being underwhelmed at first. The 4.3in, 960 x 640 screen is striking, but the chassis lacks the premium feel of rivals.Things get much more...80
By TechTree on September 26, 2011
Expert Review MRP: 32,700Street Price: Rs 29,600 (; ; )Currently, dual-cores are ruling the droid roost. started off early with its , but the product had many rough edges. On the other hand, did quite well with its (GS2). It defeated every other...90
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 20, 2011
Late in June, HTC entered the New Zealand Android market with the compact Wildfire S and high-powered Sensation.As smartphones go, the Sensation is one of the larger models out there. Though just 11mm thick, it has a 126 x 65mm body and generous...100
By PC Authority on August 12, 2011
In the world of dual-core phones, the Australian market has already seen offerings from Motorola, LG and Samsung and now, finally, HTC has release its model, the much anticipated Sensation....83
By Zath UK on August 11, 2011
0emailThe recently released HTC Sensation, dubbed as a ‘multimedia superphone’, is probably the biggest iPhone competitor on the market right now, with impressive specs which include a 4.3-inch qHD display and dual core processor. Running...-