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[Full Titan II Review] Among the first of AT&T's Windows Phones with LTE connectivity, and successor to the popular Titan, the HTC Titan II was announced at CES 2012. On front of the Titan II is a large 4.7-inch TFT display with a WVGA (480 x 800) resolution. Inside is a 1.5GHz Snapdragon MSM8255T processor with 512 MB of RAM. The HTC Titan II smartphone includes two cameras, one 16-megapixel camera with LED flash and a front facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chat. Read on for the latest news, reviews and videos:

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    Remember back when we were waiting to get confirmation of HTC's first Windows Phone 8 devices, and the rumors seemed to suggest that we'd be seeing three such models from the manufacturer? While we ended up seeing two of them released as the 8X and 8S, there was a third device, attached to the codename Zentih, which never manged to surface. We heard some rumors that the phone simply didn't exist, but what if HTC does indeed have plans still in the works for the smartphone? That's something to keep in mind as we look at a survey Microsoft has been distributing to Xbox Live users, which ...

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    If it's not one thing, it's another. No matter how great the latest smartphone to arrive sounds on paper, spend enough time actually using it, and you'll always end up finding something that bugs you. It might be a problem with the build quality, or some unintuitive software, but users will always find something to complain about. FixYa's been keeping track of the complaints it hears regarding several popular models, giving us a look at some of the top user-reported issues. In the Android camp, we've got the brand-new Galaxy S III, as well as the Galaxy Nexus. For both models, the ...

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    The HTC Titan II and the Nokia Lumia 900 are the hottest Windows Phones on AT&T at the moment and they both support the carrier's 4G network and speeds. If you didn't grab one already you have a chance of winning a unit with Windows Phone and Skype. Since they're AT&T phones, this contest is U.S.-only but the good thing is that it ends on June 7, 2012 at 11:59PST. All you have to do to enter the contest and win one out of ten devices given away is to follow the source link below to Facebook, watch the video and enter in your details to submit your entry. The rules are simple: "We will only ...

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    The HTC Titan II came out the same day as the Nokia Lumia 900, but hasn't seen as much press coverage -- or sales, for that matter. Still, it has some great features that are worth taking a look at, especially that 16 megapixel camera HTC has included. This is the first time HTC has included a 16 megapixel camera on any of their phones, Android included. Is it worth the extra price compared to the Nokia Lumia 900? Read on for our full review. BOX CONTENTS The HTC Titan II comes in your usual orange AT&T-branded box. Inside the box you've got a small USB charger, microUSB cable, and some ...

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    The HTC Titan II comes in AT&T's usually orange branded box. You'll find a nice full color quick start guide, a few warranty things, a USB AC charging adapter and a Micro USB cable. It does not include anything special like a case or even wired headphones so you'll have to find those elsewhere. Interestingly the box does have a glossy finish which is different than the box that the Nokia Lumia 900 comes in. Stay tuned for our hardware and software tour videos to learn more about the HTC Titan II.

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    On March 26, AT&T officially announced the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II, both introduced at this year's CES as Windows Phones taking advantage of the carrier's 4G LTE network. The availability date announced was April 8 and, as such, both phones are now available. The Nokia Lumia 900 -- with its 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, 1830 mAh battery, eight-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, f/2.2 and 28mm wide angle focal length -- goes for $99.99 on a two-year contract (and $449.99 for the phone only). The HTC Titan II -- packing the largest camera currently available on a ...

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    HTC couldn't let Nokia win it all with its free turn-by-turn offline navigation solution bundled with Lumia Windows Phones. Some HTC Locations users on Android had the opportunity to download maps but now there's a new version available for Windows Phone users rocking Taiwanese phones. Now the new version of HTC Locations allows you to download maps and use them for offline navigation. The new description reflects just that: "find your way with directions or voice guidance. You can download maps to your phone for offline use, or search and browse online maps when you're connected". If you ...

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    Many Windows Phone fans on AT&T were happy to find out that the carrier finally announced the availability date and contract price for the highly anticipated Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II. Thing is that the Lumia 900 is $100 cheaper on contract than the Titan II, which begs the question: why would you spend more? It turns out that the $100 difference between the two will still exist if you want to go with the phone only, without a contract. The Nokia Lumia 900 will reportedly go for $449.99 while the HTC Titan II will cost you $549.99. The same question remains: is the larger ...

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    Fans of underserved mobile platforms, rejoice! AT&T today announced the impending availability of two important flagship Windows Phones: the Titan II from HTC, and the Lumia 900 from Nokia. Each is available starting April 8, and each offers its own take on a premium Windows Phone experience. The biggest difference is pricing: HTC's offering comes in at $199, a full Benjamin more expensive than the more-buzzworthy Lumia. Why is there such a divergence in price between these similarly specced phones, and who would opt for the Titan over the Lumia? Let's take a break from Android and iOS and ...

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    As they say, good things come in pairs! After officially announcing the availability date for the Nokia Lumia 900, AT&T is pulling a double by letting people know that the HTC Titan II will land the same day: April 8. Both the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II were announced at CES so it is just normal that they become available the same day on AT&T's 4G LTE network. The HTC Titan II will go for $199.99 on a two-year contract -- which is $100 more than the Lumia 900 -- but you will get a larger screen and camera. Specs: the Titan II sports the largest camera currently available on a ...

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    While the U.S. is eagerly waiting for that March 18 rumored availability date for the HTC Titan II Windows Phone -- introduced at CES on AT&T's 4G LTE line-up -- the good folks from Australia will start seeing phone ads on Telstra starting March 27, according to recent reports. The device itself should be available in the first weeks of April which should be at least a week earlier than the Nokia Lumia 900 (rumored launch date). As a reminder, the Titan II sports the largest camera currently available on a Windows Phone (that is 16-megapixels) and packs a 4.7-inch super LCD capacitive ...

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    All the recent rumors seem to agree on the fact that Windows Phone enthusiasts should be looking out for March 18 if they want to grab either the AT&T HTC Titan II or the Nokia Lumia 900. Both phones were announced at CES and are part of the carrier's 4G line-up, running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. AT&T's website features a fairly large "Coming Soon" teaser, though it talks about "an exciting new addition" to the line-up. Microsoft's website on the other hand seems to feature both phones with a coming soon tag, which should be a clear indication of things to come. Let us know which one of the ...

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    After Sony, who started thinking of Mobile World Congress while at CES, HTC has also sent out invitations to a certain February 26 event in Barcelona. Companies usually have their events one-day prior to the official start of the show and HTC is not going to change that. There are no details included with the invitation just yet but we can have a general idea about what the Taiwanese company might prepare. Pre-CES rumors saying that HTC will wait for MWC in order to release its quad-core goodies turned out to be (so far, partially) true. With that, here's what we hope to see on February 26 ...

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    A new collection of FCC certification documents just landed this afternoon, including a Windows Phone device from HTC. It's marked as model number PI86100, which a cursory search reveals has popped-up in quite a few databases over the course of the fall, though it had yet to be associated with a particular model name. So, what are we looking at, here? The frequency support first tells the tale of a smartphone with AT&T 3G support, but after flipping through more of the FCC paperwork, it all falls together upon finally seeing proof of the phone's LTE radio. HTC + Windows Phone + AT&T LTE ...

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    The guys over at BGR have gotten their hands on a supposed Q1 2012 AT&T roadmap, and started things off by revealing what secrets it contained regarding the Nokia Lumia 900. That's just the tip of the iceberg, though, and now the site has expanded on its coverage of the leak, featuring upcoming Android phones, tablets, and Windows Phone handsets. Let's start with the HTC Titan II, which will join the Lumia 900 as one of the first Windows Phone LTE models. According to this document, the Titan II will be showing up at the carrier hand-in-hand with the 900, both arriving on March 18. The ...

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