After the Nokia X7, Three has confirmed that it will be selling the HTC Sensation this summer without giving a more precise launch window; Vodafone has already set up a registration page for those interested in the handset.
The smartphone was launched earlier today and is HTC's new flagship model, one that boasts new improvements such as a dual core processor, clocked at 1.2GHz, a higher screen resolution, a new HTC Sense user interface as well as a new feature called HTC Watch.
Three did not say how much the smartphone will cost but did specify that it will be available with packages with unlimited data allowance.
It is therefore more than likely that the Sensation will come with 2000 minutes, 5000 3-to-3 minutes, 5000 texts and all you can consume data for around £45 per month on a two year contract, a price that also includes tethering.
Given that Three has expressed its intention to sell the Sensation, we expect others like Everything Everywhere and O2 to join the foray sooner rather than later.
Vodafone also confirmed that it comes with 4GB internal memory (out of which only a quarter is available for the end user) as well as an 8GB memory card which can be swapped for something larger.