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BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 - 115 x 66 x 10.5 mm, 130 g
HTC Sensation - 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm, 148 g
The HTC Sensation looks nice, not amazing, but nice, its got that modern styling to it of being long and thin with nice proportions which give a handsome silhouette. Apart from this it has the characteristically neat and minimalist HTC signature style. Contemporary but not revolutionary, we think is a fair assessment of it.
At any rate, its a lot better looking than the BlackBerry Bold, which, although not that small, has unflattering proportions which together with its screen and keyboard layout makes the whole thing appear squat and compact to the eye, as well as forcing the screen to be smaller than it would be with either a slide-out or touch keyboard.
Its not very appealing, which is a shame as the tech underneath that exterior is actually pretty good.
Winner HTC Sensation
The Bolds screen is a bit pokey at 2.3-inches, its a TFT Liquid Graphics capacitive touchscreen at 480 x 640 pixels and 287 dots-per-inch (dpi). Display features include an optical track pad and an accelerometer sensor.
The Sensation has a much nicer sized display using a Sony made 4.3-inch S-LCD capacitive touchscreen at 540 x 960 pixels and 256dpi. Reinforced Gorilla Glass has been used here to keep scuffs at bay and the handset is preloaded with the HTC Sense 3.0 user interface (UI). Other features include multi-touch plus accelerometer and gyro sensors.
The BlackBerry screen is still impressive despite its scale with a higher dpi and a decent resolution it offers remarkably good picture quality. The HTCs resolution is higher and while it has a lower dpi its not by much, plus the added brightness, colour-depth and clarity of the S-LCD screen means it comes out the better of the two. On top of that theres the S-LCDs above average battery economy and the reinforced display.
Winner HTC Sensation
Probably the lowest point for the HTC Sensation is the storage, it only has 1GB of onboard capacity, the 768 MB of RAM isnt too shabby though and card support is ample with Micro SD up to 32GB while an 8 GB card is provided with the phone.
The Bold does better than this though with 8 GB of internal storage space and both RAM and card support is the same as the HTC.
Our choice in this round is the BlackBerry.
Winner BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900
HTC has opted for a dual core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor running the MSM 8260 Snapdragon chipset and backed up by an Adreno 220 graphics processing unit (GPU). Powerful stuff.
The Bold is also fitted with a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon and as usual for RIM it has been tweaked and optimised to give the best possible performance, however, unlike the HTCs power plant this one is the MSM 8655 and it isnt dual core.
The performance is great but it isnt quite up to the same level as the HTC which delivers admirably.
Winner HTC Sensation i think that the htc is much better because the blackberry has very slow performance if you are thinking of geting a blackberry dont get it because it is slow on everythink and is bad again plese subbscibbe everyone who commented on my other posters plese again can you comment on my new ones