HTC Sensation – hands-on walkthrough in pictures

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One Mobile Ring has just taken delivery of the HTC dual-core Sensation mobile phone, for an upcoming review. We thought we would publish these hands-on walkthrough pictures, just to when your appetite in the mean time and ahead of the initial thoughts review of the handset.

The Sensation is HTC’s first UK dual-core processor Android handset, with an updated version of its Sense overlay in 3.0, a Gorilla glass 4.3-inch qHD 540×960 touch SLCD screen, whilst being powered by a Qualcomm MSM 8260 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU.

On-board is 1GB of internal storage and a dual flash LED 8 megapixel camera that is capable of 1080p HD video recording, whilst running from Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3 with the new HTC Sense 3.0.

The device tips up with a premium design, with rounded edges and an aluminium unibody construction with the world’s first contoured screen on a mobile phone.

HTC’s Sensation comes with a new video service known as HTC Watch, which allows for video to be rented or bought with the media being playable as it starts to be downloaded with content available as high as 1080p HD.

The updated Sense now allows for a customisable lock-screen, where apps can still run when the handset is in a dormant state. This active lock-screen can now display social networking updates or provide access to the most frequently used applications, all by simply turning on the screen.

Originally published at OneMobileRing.com