The unlocked HTC (Sensation 4G) is a device that has received a lot of attention as of late and for a good reason - it is one of the better devices that T-Mobile has ever had available on their platform. The features are impressive, the specs may even surpass the features, and it is quick with almost zero noticeable lag. To say the least, it is a device that can compete with any smart phone that has been released in recent memory. Featuring the dual core Snapdragon processor and a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2, it packs a punch to remember.
The design and look of the device is great. It is surprisingly lightweight, and features two LED flashes along with 1080p Hd video capturing technology. The front facing camera on the device allows for video chat, which seems to come standard on most devices today. The phone is thin, and can fit into a pocket comfortably without issue.
It runs on the new Sense 3.0 user interface. Normally, user interfaces provided by companies are subpar, but Sense is ahead of the pack and runs on top of the Android operating system, providing a unique experience that is great for the phone. The phone has made some interesting changes to the way that browsing is done, but for the most part the device is the same in terms of usability. ‘
The battery life of the phone is much better than previous HTC releases such as HTC Google Nexus One unlocked, HD7, etc.., and it boasts the longest battery life of any HTC release at this time. It is an amazing device, and although they could have shaved off some weight and allowed for the Snapdragon processor to keep up with the 1 GHz dual core Tegra 2, it runs seamlessly without lag or hiccups for the most part.