The HTC Sensation 4G will be HTC’s first dual-core smartphone and one of its first to feature their slick Sense 3.0 interface. We caught a quick intro to the interface with their “First Look” video and we’ve also got a hands-on video. But if that isn’t enough, then behold the latest almost 6-minute long video from HTC that gives a much closer look and intimate tour of the device.

The HTC Sensation features an aluminum unibody chassis powered by a 1.2Ghz Qualcomm dual-core processor. It sports a 4.3-inch contoured glass touchscreen qHD display, which gives you 35 percent more pixels than a typical display and provides true 16:9 widescreen dimensions. It has an 8-megapixel back camera capable of 1080p HD video recording.

All those hardware specs are impressive, but this new HTC “Closer Look” video smartly focuses more on what those specs can do for you. Emphasis is really placed on the enhanced user interface, Hi-Fi audio, and the overall multimedia experience that comes from the new HTC Sense 3.0 UI layered on top of Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread.

  •  i was really excited for this phone but news of the locked bootloader takes it off my list, sad to see HTC going this way!

    • ThatGuyYouDontNo

      Give it time, they will get it unlocked. This phone is to good to pass up 

  • Noel

    As to saying the GS2 destroys the Sensation…benchmarks are not everything. U’ve got to look at the totality of a device…both devices are awesome. Lets w8 and see the comparism when u put them both thru the paces in real user situations. Just read somewhere…the owner of a GS2 already complaining abt the performance 

  • Anonymous

     Sense 3 is terrible, it makes touchwiz look good. HTC should stick to WP7, I like thee HD7.

  • Anonymous

     Sense 3 is terrible, it makes touchwiz look good. HTC should stick to WP7, I like thee HD7.

    • 20 °

       Ha. Sense 3 and android give a phone life. WP7 gives a phone – tiles……. That’s it, tiles….

      • Anonymous

        And you sir, sound like a sense fanboi

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