White phones are all the rage these day: not so much chavtastic as stylish and chic and available on a range of handsets from iPhones to BlackBerries to Androids.
And the latest, HTC's Sensation XL, is now up for pre-order at The Smartphone Centre - a fairly new addition to the sim-free scene.
It's not cheap at £479.95 with free delivery which makes it almost £100 dearer than its competitor, the Galaxy S2. But what you're getting for your money is HTC's Android expertise with latest sense interface and Beats Audio - the manufacturer's new pet project.
In the box, you'll even get a customised Beats headset which goes over the head rather than in the ears. We've seen a few of these out and about and they look quite retro (in that they're huge) but also really quite cool.
The Sensation XL gives you a lot of real estate for your money with a massive 4.7-inch screen. Thankfully, it's not giant all over and is only 9.9mm thick. HD video recording completes the set along with all of the top end specs you would expect from a handset of this calibre.
However, a word of caution. Whilst the Beats Audio gives you amazing sound quality, you won't be able to listen to that much music on the Sensation XL. That's because - for incredibly bizarre (read: stupid) reasons known only to HTC - the Sensation XL is fitted with just 16GB of internal memory and no option to expand it. It's criminal.