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COMPARISON of HTC sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S 2 + review

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Would we care about Android if it weren't for HTC? Perhaps not. The HTC Desire was an early poster boy for Android, a genuinely great design that squared up to Apple's all-conquering iPhone and suggested it step outside.
The HTC Desire remains at the top of our Best Mobile Phones in the World Today list despite younger, prettier competition, and it still represents exceptional value for money.
So what happens when HTC takes the Desire and makes it even better?
There are two answers to that. The first is the HTC Desire HD, which suffers from a few niggling issues, and the second is the brand spanking new HTC Sensation.
HTC says it sets "a new multimedia high for smartphones", and it's certainly an impressive and desirable bit of kit. But how does it compare against the other two big hitters of the smartphone market, Apple's iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S2? Let's find out.

HTC desire vs iphone 4 vs samsung galaxy s
HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Operating system
The HTC Sensation ships with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, although HTC has also stuck the latest generation of its Sense user interface on top - just like Samsung, whose handset also runs Gingerbread but with TouchWiz 4.0 on top. The iPhone currently runs iOS 4.3.
Sense 3
MORE SENSE: The latest iteration of HTC's Sense UI is a lovely thing, although it was a bit juddery on the prototype we tested


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Processor
The heart of the HTC Sensation is a nippy, dual-core Snapdragon processor with a rated speed of 1.2GHz. The Samsung rocks a 1.2GHz dual-core chip too, but Apple's A4 is a 1GHz model (although we suspect it's underclocked to preserve battery life after Apple refused to give out the exact speed).
HTC sensation
PRETTY GOOD: The HTC Sensation's got the power to match its striking good looks: it has a dual-core heart beating inside


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Touchscreen
Both the HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S2 boast 4.3-inch touchscreens, displaying 960x540 resolutions, but they're different display technologies: the HTC uses an S-LCD, while Samsung has plumped for an extremely bright Super AMOLED Plus display. The iPhone 4 screen is smaller but more densely packed: its Retina Display means the 3.5-inch screen has a resolution of 960x640.


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Storage
The Sensation comes with 1GB (or 4GB according to Vodafone) of on-board storage, expandable via MicroSD memory cards, while the iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S2 come with two larger choices of internal storage: 16GB and 32GB. The Galaxy S2 also has a MicroSD slot, but the iPhone 4 doesn't.


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Memory
The iPhone is the worst off here, with just 512MB of RAM compared to the HTC's 768MB and the Samsung's 1GB.
Samsung galaxy s2
PAPER TIGER: On paper the Samsung Galaxy S2 has the edge: it's got more of everything


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Camera
The iPhone's 5 megapixel camera looks fairly crummy in this context: both the HTC Sensation and Galaxy S2 offer 8 megapixels and can shoot 1080p HD video, compared to the iPhone's 720p. All three phones can geotag your pictures, include LED flashes (dual in the case of the Sensation and Galaxy S2) and have front-facing cameras for video chat.


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Connectivity
All three phones are quad-band phones with 3G/HSDPA and Wi-Fi, and all three support Bluetooth A2DP for wireless stereo. There are different versions of Bluetooth here, however: both HTC and Samsung offer Bluetooth 3.0, while Apple is still on Bluetooth 2.1.
All three phones support HDMI output - the HTC and Samsung via their MicroUSB ports, the Apple via its 32-pin Dock connector - via adapters, and both the HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S2 are DLNA compatible for wireless streaming of video to compatible TVs and computers.
The iPhone has Apple's own AirPlay streaming system, which enables wireless audio and video streaming to Apple TVs and a growing number of AirPlay-compatible home entertainment devices.


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Dimensions and weight
The iPhone 4 is the smallest phone here by some margin: it's 115mm x 59mm compared to 125mm x 66mm for the Samsung Galaxy S2 and 126mm x 65mm for the HTC Sensation.
That all-glass body means its small size doesn't mean to light weight, however: the Galaxy S2 is the lightest handset here at a positively titchy 119g, with the iPhone 4 weighing in at 137g and the HTC Sensation 148g.
iPhone 4
HEART OF GLASS: The iPhone 4's glass body looks great, but adds weight: the smallest phone here isn't the lightest


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Talk and standby times
As with all smartphones you should take official battery times with a pinch of salt - hours of talk time are all very well until you switch to a location-aware app and watch the battery indicator vanish like sands in an hourglass - but all three handsets promise ridiculously long standby times and decent talktime too.
The iPhone 4 promises 420 minutes of chat or 300 hours on standby; the Samsung Galaxy S2 540 minutes or 576 hours on standby; and the HTC Sensation offers 400 minutes of talk time or 400 hours on standby.


HTC Sensation vs iPhone 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S2: Which is best?
We don't know the price of the HTC Sensation yet - we're assuming it'll be close to the HTC Desire's - so we're missing a key bit of information here: if there's a significant price difference between it and the Samsung Galaxy S2 it could seriously skew the results.
For the sake of argument, though, let's assume that the two Android handsets will match one another pound for pound. On that basis, the Samsung has the edge: it's lighter, brighter, lasts longer, has more RAM and has more internal storage.
The only area where we think it falls down is in the looks department: it's a bit blocky next to the sleeker Sensation, and to our eyes TouchWiz is a bit chunkier than HTC Sense 3.0.
And the iPhone? A straight comparison doesn't really work, because there's a different operating system, a different ecosystem and a different philosophy here. In purely hardware terms the HTC and Samsung devices are better phones, but the iPhone's edge has always been about the software, not the hardware. For many Apple fans, that means the iPhone will still be the winner here.

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HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S2 – Specifications Compared
HTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S2
Display Size4.3″4.3″
Display TypeQHD (960×540) TFT LCDWVGA (800 x 480) Super AMOLED plus
ProcessorQualcomm MSM8660
1.2GHz Dual-core Snapdragon CPU and Adreno 220 GPU
Exynos 4210
1 GHz  /1.2 GHz dual core Cortex A9 CPU and ARM Mali-400 MP quad core GPU
RAM768MB1GB
Memory1GB16GB/32GB
Thickness11.3 mmVery slim 8.49 mm
Rear Camera8MP8 MP
Front-facing Camera1.2MP2MP
Video Capture1080p@30fps1080p@30fps
Operating SystemAndroid 2.3.3Android 2.3.3
User InterfaceHTC Sense 3.0TouchWiz 4.0
Network SupportWCDMA/HSPAHSPA+

HTC Sensation – First Look
Samsung Galaxy S II – First Look
Comparison of Specifications
HTC Sensation vs Samsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
 DesignHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Form FactorCandy BarCandy bar
KeyboardOn-screenVirtual QWERTY with Swype
Dimension126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm (4.96 x 2.57 x 0.44 in)125.30 x 66.10 x 8.49 mm,
Weight149 g (5.22oz)116 g
Body ColorBlackBlack
 DisplayHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Size4.3 inches4.3 inches
ResolutionqHD 960 x 540 pixelsWVGA, 800×480 pixels
Features16M color, Capacitive multi--touch16M color
SensorsGyro Sensor, Digital Compass, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light SensorImage stabilization, Accelerator Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Digital Compass, Gyrometer
 Operating SystemHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
PlatformAndroid 2.3.2Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
UIHTC Sense 3.0TouchWiz 4.0, Personalizable UI
BrowserAndroid WebKitAndroid WebKit, full HTML
Java/Adobe FlashAndroid 10.2Adobe Flash 10.1
 ProcessorHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
ModelDual core Qualcomm MSM8660 Snapdragon, Adreno 220 GPUSamsung Exynos, ARM Cortex A9 Dual-core Application processor
Speed1.2 GHz Dual core1 GHz Dual Core
 MemoryHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
RAM768 MB1 GB
Included1 GB16 GB/32 GB
ExpansionUp to 32GB with microSD card (SD 2.0)Up to 32GB microSD card
 CameraHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Resolution8 MP8 Megapixel
FlashDual LEDLED
Focus, ZoomAuto, DigitalAuto, Digital
Video CaptureHD 1080p@25fps1080p HD
FeaturesStereo sound recordingGeo tagging, Single Shot, Beauty Shot, Panorama Shot, Smile Shot, Action Shot, Cartoon Shot
Secondary camera1.2 MP VGAImage stabilization, Accelerator Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Digital Compass, Gyrometer
 EntertainmentHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
AudioSRS Virtual Surround Sound, File Formats: AAC, AMR, OGG, M4A, MID, MP3, WAV, WMA 9Sound Alive music player, File Formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, OGG, WMA, AMR, WAV , FLAC, XMF, MID,
Video3GP, 3G2, MP4, WMV 9, AVI, XviD1080p@ 30fps, DivX, XviD, MPEG 4, H.263, H.264, WMV, VC-1, Video streaming
GamingGame Hub, Let Golf 2, Real Football 2011
FM RadioYesYes
 BatteryHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Type Capacity1520 mAh1650 mAh
Talktime495 min (2G), 400 min (3G)TBU
Standby350 hours (2G0, 400 hours (3G)TBU
 Mail and MessagingHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
MailPOP3/IMAP Gmail, Email,POP3/IMAP4 Email &, SMS, MMS with Video, Gmail, MS Exchange
MessagingSMS, MMS, IM (Google talk)IM (Google Talk) , Beluga IM (Facebook)
 ConnectivityHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Wi-Fi802.11 b/g/nWi-Fi Direct, 802.11 b/g/n
Wi-Fi HotspotYesYes
Bluetoothv3.0 supports A2DP for headset, FTP/OPP for file transfer, PBAPv3.0
USB2.0 High Speed2.0 FS
HDMIYes (HDMI cable required)Yes
DLNAYesAllShare DLNA
 Location ServiceHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
MapsGoogle MapsGoogle Maps Navigation - beta, Navigon
GPSInternal GPS AntennaYes, with A-GPS support
Lost-Theft ProtectionHTCsense.com, My Lookout AppYes , with third party application ex: My Lookout
 Network SupportHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
2G/3GGSM, GPRS, EDGE / WCDMA, HSUPA(5.76bps),HSDPA(14.4Mbps)GSM, GPRS, EDGE / UMTS, HSPA+
4GNoNo
 ApplicationsHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
AppsAndroid MarketAndroid market, Samsung Apps, Google Goggle, Google Mobile App
Social NetworksFacebook, Twitter, Friend Stream, YouTube, FlickrFacebook,Twitter,SNS, Social Hub
Voice CallingSkypeSkype,Viber,Vonage
Video CallingSkype, Qik, TangoSkype,Tango
FeaturedPrinting over Wi-FiOffice Document Viewer, AllShare
 Business MobilityHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
Remote VPNCisco Anyconnect, Juniper JunOS PulseYes
Corporate MailActive SyncYes, Microsoft Exchange Active Sync
Corporate DirectoryCISCO JabberYes with CISCO Mobile App
Video ConferencingCisco WebExYes with Cisco WebEx
Other FeaturesJoin.Me, GoToMeeting
 SecurityHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
HTCsense.com, My Lookout App from Android MarketPassword Protected Screen,Thirdparty mobile secure application like Lookout.
 Additional FeaturesHTC SensationSamsung Galaxy S II (Galaxy S2)
NFC,Samsung Kies 2.0, Samsung Kies Air, Readers Hub, Music Hub, Game Hub, AllShare, Voice Recognition & Voice Translation, On Device Encryption, Cisco’s AnyConnect VPN, MDM
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