It allows the HTC Sensation to record Full HD video with 30fps, something that only the Samsung Galaxy S II can do so far, if we don't count the 3D-enabled handsets.
On one of the videos. the HTC Sensation is compared to a Full HD sample taken with the LG Optimus 2X after the firmware update that patched the white balance and exposure compensation while shooting video:
On the other, the various features of the camera software while shooting video were demonstrated, such as autofocus, live zoom, and touch-to-focus:
The videos look great, the contrast is pretty bumped up to make them appealing for the mass user, and, above all, they run smooth, despite the units still being prototype. We can't wait to get our hands on a final version, and compare the Full HD capabilities. After all, that's the main gain from having a dual-core chipset for now, until multicore-friendly apps start to appear in mass quantities.