HTC One X9 leaks
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HTC does Android phones like no-one else. The Sensation is one of their best ever. With oodles of apps, the latest version of Android, masses of processing power and a handsome 4.3-inch screen, it's one of the year's must-have phones.
Attention to design detail is one of the many things that mark out HTC in a sea of Android phone makers. The Sensation is a case in point. With its innovative, eye-catching unibody shell, it's gorgeous to look at. What's more, because it's fashioned from hard-wearing aluminium, it's robust too.
The Sensation is a stunner underneath the hood, too. With the latest version of Android on board, you'll get all the very latest features that smartphones offer, including super smooth text input, the option to use your phone as a mobile broadband dongle via tethering and better power management, so you can really make the most of owning such a great handset.
What's more, as with all Android phones, you'll get to choose from a massive array of apps from the Android Market and GetJar. These take in everything from fun games to more practical business tools, so there really is something for everyone. Better yet, many are completely free to download.
To get you started, there's even some great apps pre-installed. These include exclusive HTC applications, such as the excellent Watch download service that gets you access to a library of awesome films and movies to enjoy on the Sensation's massive, high-resolution 4.3-inch display. And there's the similarly excellent Footprints travel app too.
Elsewhere, the Sensation packs a superb eight megapixel camera that records video in rich HD to give your mini movies a touch of real professionalism. Plus, there's a secondary front-facing VGA camera on board too for video calling.
Other features of the Sensation include a supremely powerful 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly and pre-loaded Google apps (Gmail, Facebook and YouTube).
Like a bigger One A9.
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