HTC Titan and HTC Radar Forums Added
It has been quite a while since anyone (manufacturers) had introduced anything new for the Windows Phone 7 family of devices. There are several that have been announced by LG and Samsung, as well as the impending entry of Nokia into the world of WP7. Well, right now since the coast was clear, HTC decided to take the spotlight for themselves and released two WP7 devices running Mango from the get go. The first one, we did a review on the Portal earlier this week, the HTC Titan. This one literally breaks the mold on when it comes to specs compared to other WP7 devices due to: 1.5 GHz processor, 4.7 inch screen, and 9.9 mm thin. The Radar is more down to the same type of device currently available. The biggest difference with others as well is the fact that the camera that is loaded on both of these devices is equipped with a wide angle lens that results in far better pictures than other devices with similar cameras.
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