ANDROID IS SO GOOD NOW that Apple spent most of its WWDC kickoff keynote announcing IOS features it has copied from Google's mobile operating system.
HTC has always seen the potential for Android, and with the Sensation it has released its latest phone with its stylish Sense interface and a dual-core processor.
From the hardware that powers the phone at full speed to the Android 2.3.3 OS software, which HTC has customised just enough to add a bit of style without wrecking the whole Android experience, we like it.
Of course, it's not perfect, and at £500 it is far from cheap. The only problem is that you currently have to sell your soul to Vodafone to get one, but that's due to change toward the end of this month, if all goes well. µ
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