The HTC Sensation, claimed to be the release name given to the smartphone which was called the Pyramid during production, is set to be unveiled next week and followed shortly by a UK release.
The HTC Sensation will have class leading specs when it arrives, with particular attention being paid to its alleged inclusion of a dual core processor which is clocked at 1.2GHz. This will give it a bit more number crunching grunt on paper than rivals like the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Android 2.3 will be running onboard the sensation while a 4.3 inch touchscreen display will help make it an eye-catching device. Full HD video playback will be possible and it is expected that you will also be able to record in 1080p using its camera, as this is something most dual core handsets are offering.
HTC has an event planned for April 12th, according to Pocket-Lint, which means that the Sensation will probably be well understood by the media and fans next week. HTC has been a little slower than its rivals in joining the dual core party, but the Sensation is evidence that it will be doing so in style.