"As Powerful and Refined as a 1970s Muscle Car"2.0 starson by proteus_ed
Pros: Large screen, 7 homescreens, very customizable, access to hundreds of Android apps., records HD, sturdy, beautiful, tasteful
Cons: Very buggy & glitchy. 768 RAM isn't sufficient for the memory-intensive Sense 3.0 UI. The phone can't really handle 1080p. Can't record yourself in focus. "Stereo" recording plays back in quiety staccato fashion. Bluetooth doesn't allow for auto accep
Summary: Beautiful phone, but, in spite of stats, Sensation is under-powered, buggy, glitchy and unstable. When I use it, I expect it to glitch. It's not just the bugs, it's that, of the 4gb of onboard memory, HTC's interface takes up 3gbs. It's the inability to video yourself in focus. It's the quiet speaker & the playback sound on recorded videos.
Although it's dual core, Android isn't as efficient w/ power as Apple or Symbian. Adding the Sense overlay only contributes to the sluggishness. Buggly, glitchy, inefficient, unstable. For a pricey, dual core, HD flagship device, it's a disappointment.