Wednesday, 1 February 2012

HTC Titan with Windows Mango Launched

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HTC Mobiles have launched its two latest smartphones the HTC Titan and HTC Radar running on the Microsoft’s latest Operating system called the Mango. HTC is the second manufacturer to feature the Mango OS after Fujitsu Toshiba mobile communication.  At the launch event in London the official said that the smartphones will be available from next month in Asia and Europe. We have reviewed the important features of HTC Titan here. Let’s see what it has to offer to the Microsoft and HTC fans.

Size and Design:
HTC is renowned for its elegant designs and Titan design is no different even though it’s a giant smart phone. We have seen the previous HTC phones built with premium materials and Titan like the Desire and Sensation features moulded aluminium body. It has a huge screen and the phone is 131.5mm long 70.7mm wide and has a weight of16og. That’s quiet a size but even with such dimensions and weight it is only 9.9mm thick.
It features S-LCD capacitive touchscreen having a huge size of 4.7 inch. Not many smart phones feature such a giant screen. The screen resolution is 480*800 pixels and the pixel density is 199ppi.It features the multi-touch input method, proximity sensor for auto turn off, accelerometer for auto rotate and gyroscope sensor.
The giant smart phone has a big 8MP camera with auto focus and LED flash. The maximum image resolution is 3264x2448 pixels. Unfortunately there aren’t any image enhancing features but it offers geo-tagging. It is able to record HD 720p video and also features 1.3MP secondary video call camera.
Processor and OS:
It features 1.5 GHz Scorpion processor powered by Adreno 205 GPU on a Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset. There is 512MB of RAM to go with it and run the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Mango OS.
Storage Capacity:
The internal storage capacity of the phone is 16GB and that’s all what it has as there is no card slot in the phone which really is a set back for such a big device.
It features Wi-Fi with DLNA, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and EDR and micro USB 2.0 apart from the 3G support.

The 16oomAH battery is capable of providing up to 460hrs of Stand by time and up to 6hrs 50min of talk time on 3G coverage. 


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