HTC’s dual-core superphone for T-Mobile packs a large 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540) display with room for a well-designed keyboard. As part of the company’s Sense user interface, the layout boasts such amenities as dedicated keys for “@” and “.com”. Long-pressing many of the buttons lets you enter symbols and numbers. The haptic feedback provides just a slight buzz, which is how we like it. This well-designed keyboard enabled us to clock the highest average speed of all the Android phones we tested. The Sensation 4G also offered the second-best accuracy rating.