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HTC's supersize Sensation has landed in Three stores across the UK today.

The HTC Sensation XL can be picked up from £34 per month, although to get it with Three's data-weighted The One Plan, and customers will have to fork out £40 every month. Alternatively, it can be purchased on pay-as-you-go for £450.

HTC Sensation XL

Large and narrow, with a 4.7in, 400 x 800 display and a 9.9mm-thick body, the Sensation XL runs on a 1.5GHz processor with 768MB of Ram. It sports Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread spruced up with the company's latest Sense UI.

There's a storage capacity of 16GB, extendable with Micro SD, as well as 8Mp rear-facing and 1.3Mp front-facing cameras.

As with its smaller brethren, the HTC Sensation XE, the XL comes with Dr Dre's audio enhancements and some UrBeats headphones.

Check out Three's store for further details on Sensation XL price plans. ®

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