Review: HTC Sensation 4G
The Sensation 4G is an impressive phone from HTC. It nails almost every feature. It offers a large, high-quality display, and despite the size needed to accommodate the screen it still manages to feel comfortable in the palm of your hand. The materials and construction quality are top-notch.
Battery life is good for this type of phone, as was basic signal performance. Call quality is the only major stumble made by HTC with the Sensation 4G.
HTC's Sense 3.0 is the best version yet. It adds thoughtful features such as the customizable lock screen (with app shortcuts) to make life easier. It is also extremely fast and never felt bogged down by apps.
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With such a well-rounded number of features - most of which work perfectly - the Sensation 4G is a solid choice for any T-Mobile customer looking for a new smartphone. I highly recommend the Sensation 4G to anyone (except, perhaps, to those who spend a lot of time making phone calls).
Is the Sensation 4G sensational? Yes, yes it is.
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