One of the few complaints many people have with HTC devices are their cameras – they used to stink. Badly. Somewhere around their second generation of Android devices – namely the Inspire 4G, the Thunderbolt, and the S series of devices – they started using improved sensors.
These looked great compared to the sensors of yesteryear but were still lacking compared to other OEMs’. And now new camera samples of the Sensation have surfaced and I think HTC’s finally found their sweet spot. I’d still like to see how the cameras perform in lowlight situations (where an HTC camera used to be absolutely unusable even with flash), but this’ll have to do for now. Let’s hope the rest of the experience is as good as it is in natural daylight. [via PocketNow]
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