The HTC Sensation is the hot new phone that the ‘net is all abuzz about this week. Honestly, we’re not too surprised, as it looks like a pretty hot device…likely to be one of T-Mobile’s flagship devices when it launches. With it’s 4.3-inch screen and dual-core goodness, the Sensation looks to be a bit ticket item whenever it actually hits the market. But how does it stack up against the other dual-core phones that will be dropping in the next few months? Our friends over at Engadget have a great spec sheet outlining the highlights of each of the major dual-core phones that will be hitting the market soon, so you can do your homework before making a decision as to which phone you’re going to pick up when they become available. They put the Sensation head-to-head against the Galaxy S II, the Atrix 4G, the Optimus 2X/G2X, the Evo 3D, the Droid Bionic, and the Optimus 3D/Thrill 4G. While the Sensation looks like it’ll be a great phone, there are certainly ways in which it loses to the competition, but which phone “wins” out of this list? It’s not exactly clear, as each phone has its strengths and its weaknesses. It’ll actually be really interesting to see how things pan out in the next 60 to 90 days. Hit the source link for the full breakdown, and make your decisions accordingly. The Sensation is definitely a contender, and we’re excited for a chance to go hands-on.