HTC Sensation Review


HTC – The brand which has transited to one of the biggest Android Manufacturer from being an unknown mobile manufacturer launches a Smartphone literally living up to its name. It has burst right upon the scene where the hip starts, the Dual Core with an Android Sensation literally. HTC’s flagship device – HTC Sensation promises to leave no cutting edge technology compromised. Sensation comes bundled with all Back to the Future technology including powerfully build camera and one of the best chipset out in the market, the Snapdragon chip and the most awaited HTC Sense Build 3.0. HTC Sensation beats homeboy EVO 3D and Moto’s Droid X2 in the launch run, Sensation becomes the world’s first 4.3-inch Smartphone with irresistible qHD resolution, while also serves as the debut phone for the HTC Sense 3.0 and the Watch movie streaming service.

HTC surely has a flair for ‘biggie’ devices such as the HTC Desire HD and HTC Incredible S and now it has gone a step forward by bringing in the giant 4.3-inch Sensation. Launched in the prime Dual-Core season in the month of May, it has hit the UK and US market in full force and devouring most HTC lovers and Android fans alike.


As is the HTC build quality, the Sensation comes with curved edges and a tri-tone grey arrangement with top and bottom sections being patches of soft plastic while the middle part is a strongly build Aluminum frame with little flashes of chrome making it twinkle like a diamond.

The Sensation comes with a 4.3” Gorilla glass protected S-LCD screen. It seems concave because the edge of the screen curve upwards but most of the surface of the display is perfectly flat. The viewing angles are less than perfect, but brightness and color rendering are good which balances out the viewing angle issue.

The dimensions are 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm and weighs 148 g it is considerably heavier than the Samsung Galaxy S II but considering the Aluminum-Plastic casing it matches up theS IIhere.