orb3000 · Feb 1, 2012 at 10:00 am

HTC Titan II Will Hit AT&T´s Shelves on March 18

Hopeful future owners of the HTC Titan II , you are only one month a and a few days for getting it if you are on AT&T. To recap, this phone is sporting:

– Single-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2
– A 16 Megapixels camera that is curiously only capable of shooting in 720p
– Compatible 4G LTE -the first Windows Phone to benefit from this technology

Strangely, for such a massive 4.7 ” screen, the resolution is still standard WVGA (800 x 480)
Additionally, the phone appears exclusively US bound for now.
The Titan II will be available at a price of $ 199.99 with a 24 months contract.

After its announcement at CES, nothing further has been said about when an equivalent version will be launched in Europe

What do you think of this device?
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