Starting Lineup of HTC Phones with Windows Phone 7.5
By on September 2nd, 2011

The next release of Windows Phone – Windows Phone 7.5, popularly called the Mango release – is coming soon to HTC devices.The world’s fifth-biggest maker of smartphones unveiled two new devices at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

HTC Titan - HTC Radar

The stylish polished metal devices combine good looks with top of the line hardware specifications.and are expected to go on sale in early October. While HTC Titan is expected to be priced above Apple’s iPhone, HTC Radar would be priced competitively with other smartphones in the market. The design excellence though has compromised in feature by diabling user-replaceable battery. Both phones feature front-facing cameras for video chat, and future Skype integration in Windows Phone opens another door there.

HTC Radar

With a 3.8” Super LCD and a 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor, the hardware specifications of HTC Radar might just not make you sit up and take notice but  the premium design in white or silver and the feel of a device crafted from a single piece of polished metal would make you drool. HTC Radar features a 5 MP camera8GB of storage, and 512MB of RAM.

HTC Titan

Forget the looks, HTC Titan would even impress you with the overwhelming hardware specifications on paper. The stunning looks add the icing to the Mango cake! With the largest screen of any Windows Phone (4.7” Super LCD), HTC Titan features an ultra-slim 9.9 mm unibody contoured design. It is powered by a powerful 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor and the 8MP camera comes with 2X LEDs flash. That’s accompanied by 16GB of storage and 512MB of RAM. HTC Titan also includes a MicroHDMI port.

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