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

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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 i. . . READ ON »

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What’s with the HTC Titan II: Does it really deserve its name?

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See, if you have a phone called Titan, and, a few months later, introduce another one called Titan II, people are going to assume the Titan II to be the successor to the original Titan. Makes sense, right? And that’s indeed what people were doing. The problem: the original HTC Titan was announced in Septemeber 2011, only four months before its supposed successor. Now, the introduction of the HTC Titan II, perdictably, pissed off those people who have bought the original Titan, since their phone has been obsoleted so fast.

Wait a bit. Really obsoleted? Is the HTC Titan II really a successor to the HTC Titan?

Let’s look at the specs: Both Titan and Titan II feature a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon single-co. . . READ ON »

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HTC Titan II with 16 Megapixel Camera and LTE Headed To AT&T

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The rumoured LTE Windows Phone from HTC, which some might have seen floating around the internet as the Bresson, has been officially announced as the HTC Titan II. Apart from a slightly modified back design with curved elements and an LTE radio, it packs a massive 16 megapixel camera. Yes, you read that right – we’re a bit afraid that 16 megapixel on such a small sensor will actually degrade instead of improve picture quality, but are definitely open for a positive surprise. As for video recording, there’s no 1080p support, so you’ll have to stick with 720p.

The other specs remain unchanged from the original HTC Titan: a big 4.7″ WVGA screen, 1.5GHz Snapdragon single-core processor . . . READ ON »

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