The HTC Sensation is said to be on the receiving end of the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update in due time, but for those who cannot wait, there is an unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich ROM already out. Folks who have the intestinal fortitude and have gone ahead with the unofficial ROM’s installation without running into any issues will be pleased to know that the camera’s performance has also improved – dramatically, it seems, where this mod paves the way for 20Mbps 1080p video recording (that would mean twice the standard 10Mbps), in addition to giving quality a boost in the process. Not only that, the maximum size of images has also been increased, breaking the 2MB barrier. According to XDA member krogoth, there is also an “experimental” 1250 ISO mode, just in case you need to capture images in extremely low light conditions. There is still life in the legs of the HTC Sensation just yet. Just remember to make backups of all your data before you flash any ROM, official or otherwise.
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