Review: HTC Sensation 4G
The Sensation 4G's 8 megapixel shooter was mostly accurate with exposure, white balance and color. Out in bright sunshine, shooting whites and reds gave the Sensation 4G some trouble, but that's not too surprising. Otherwise, images were sharp, mostly free of grain, and had a nice look to them.
They are definitely worth sharing with friends through the social network and/or image sharing service of your choice.
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The Sensation 4G can capture video at 1080p. The video I shot was crystal clear and full of sharp details. I was actually surprised at how well the Sensation 4G was able to focus and get things such as exposure and white balance correct.
You can definitely record YouTube-worthy moments with the Sensation 4G.
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