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HTC Titan – The Giant Windows Phone Mango Smartphone
HTC’s mammoth in the smartphone market – the HTC Titan sports a 4.7-inch display, which makes the phone stand apart from the rest. So, what else does the phone sport to survive the tough competition out there? Let’s find out in this review.
HTC Titan Smartphone Features
The 4.7-inch display of HTC Titan is big enough to overshadow the likes the iPhone, Galaxy SII and even its own family member the HTC Sensation. Not only is the size of the display bigger but it also is much brighter than the rest as it harnesses super LCD technology. Also, WVGA resolution makes the screen render crisp and detailed output thereby carving a niche for itself. The screen makes reading stuffs, watching videos and playing games a real pleasure.
Do not get carried over by the name Titan because measuring 130.6×70.63×9.9mm, the HTC Titan is quite handy and easily slides into a jeans pocket. The body of HTC Titan is all about the display which means there is not enough space for the bezel and kickstand.
The back portion houses the 8MP camera sporting dual-LED and Flash. HTC Titan also sports a 1.3MP front-facing camera facilitating video chat. The back covers the SIM slot and the battery. HTC Titan disappoints in not sporting microSD card slot which means users will have to do with the existing memory. HTC Titan renders a solid feel and the chassis does not feel that flexible.
Not only do the design and look go with the name but also the hardware makes the name of the phone appropriate. HTC Titan runs on a Qualcomm MSM8255 processor with a clock speed of 1.5GHz for the simple reason that being based on Windows Phone 7.5, it could not have supported a dual-core processor. Nevertheless, the processor handles games very well with instant loading and an improved performance. The phone sports 512MB RAM. HTC Titan noticeable performs well than most other 2010 HTC smartphones based on WP7 such as the HTC Trophy.
HTC Titan supports the latest and the best connectivity options such as DLNA, which can be called an inclusion after losing a battle to LG smartphones. However, lovers of wired connection can take advantage of HDMI socket to connect to external HDTV or display. In addition, HTC Titan supports WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and HSDPA. NFC support would have been welcome.
Users have to satiate themselves with 16GB built-in storage as the phone does not sport a microSD slot for memory expansion.
The 1600mAh battery of HTC Titan takes you through the day smoothly.
The picture quality of HTC smartphones is invincible for the simple fact that HTC makes use of optimum quality lens. HTC Titan like the HTC MyTouch 4G Slide sports a lens with 28mm focal length and F/2.2 aperture. HTC Titan sports two new camera modes namely Burst Mode that enables you to capture five shots in succession and Panorama Sweep that produces an optimally finished image by stitching together 3 shots. The front-facing 1.3MP camera offers pretty decent self-portraits and facilitates video chat.
Officially named as Windows Phone 7.5, the WP Mango renders multi-tasking options and supports a number of other features including WiFi hotspots. HTC has used advanced apps so as to augment the overall experience on WP Mango on HTC Titan.
From a bigger display to better apps and services, HTC Titan has a lot to offer. If you are looking for a change of OS but want to be loyal to HTC and want a better viewing experience, HTC Titan is your cup of tea.
HTC Titan Price
The price of HTC Titan is yet to be announced