Simply put, the HTC Sensation is a class act. It's a big phone at 5 by 2.6 by 0.4 inches (HWD) and 5.2 ounces, as large as Verizon's famously bulky Motorola Droid X2 ($149, 3.5 stars). Yet the Sensation feels a bit smaller because of its rounded edges and lack of bumps. It's made of high-quality metal, glass, and plastic, and feels very solid in your hand.The Sensation has a 4.3-inch, 960-by-540 Super LCD, which bests its major competitor, the T-Mobile G2x ($199, 4 stars), both in resolution and pixel density. (The G2x packs 233 pixels per inch, while the Sensation achieves 256.) The screen doesn't have the awesomely deep blacks of, say, the Super AMOLED Plus display on the Samsung Galaxy S II ($799, 4 stars), but it's a perfectly fine LCD, and text is especially readable given its large size and high density.