HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
HTC's Sensation XE is one of the finest Android phones so far and the first-ever HTC handset to feature Beats by Dr Dre stereo technology. That means you'll enjoy sound quality so rich and full, you can throw your dedicated MP3 player away. But that's not all. The Sensation XE also features the latest version of Android, tons of apps and much, much more.
You have to go a long way to find a better handset than the XE. And you have to go even further to find a better music player. That's because if you choose this phone, you'll get a free pair of super high-end Beats by Dr Dre headphones in the box as well as up to the minute sonic technology to really bring out the best in your favourite tunes.
But this isn't just a phone for music fans. Because it runs an up to the minute version of Android, it's brilliant for apps too. Just head to the Android Market and you'll be able to choose from tens of thousands of fantastic titles, taking in everything from fun games to more practical business tools.
You’ll even get apps pre-installed when you buy the phone, too, not least the Gmail application, YouTube, HTC’s Footprints travel app and Facebook, all of which you’ll be able to access with a single button press.
And, if anything, it's even better as a camera phone. Thanks to the on board eight megapixel lens, you can expect great snaps every time. And it records in lush high definition too, so that even your amateur movies will take on a real sheen of professionalism and will look great when you watch them back on the Sensation XE’s massive 4.3-inch screen.
Other features of the Sensation XE include a secondary front-facing VGA camera on board for video calling, easy social networking with all your updates and profiles aggregated in a single place as well as Google Maps with A-GPS for easy route-finding.
Like a bigger One A9.
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