It's powerful. It's fast. It's responsive. It has 4G-ish internet powers. It feels more solid than Google's Nexus. The HTC Sensation 4G is probably T-Mobile's best Android phone. But there's one pesky thing preventing it from Android superiority: HTC Sense.
Leaked photos of Samsung's Nexus S have appeared on XDA Developers' forums, and it looks to be running Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread, as we'd heard previously.
Android looks set to grow up, if a hidden Gingerbread screen contained within the updated Google Maps is anything to go by. The UI looks slightly more styled, with the lines separating options gone amongst other small changes.
Some of the first concrete details about Android 3.0 Gingerbread are pretty goddamn exciting. It's a smoother, faster, better Android—potentially with built-in video chat and Google Voice Wi-Fi calling.
Our heads went all dizzy when we heard that the minimum required specs for Android 3.0 Gingerbread phones was to be a 1GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM. But now the rumormongerer has clarified they're only "recommended." UPDATE
The rumored HTC Vision has kept me very entertained with stories of it running Android 3.0, with a slide-out keyboard and dual-core processor. It sounds like a fantasy-phone, but could be real, judging by these latest Gingerbread rumors.