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[Full Titan Review] Announced as one of HTC's first Windows Phone devices preloaded with Windows Phone Mango, the HTC Titan is expected to hit AT&T in October 2011. Making this smartphone worthy of the name "Titan" is a powerful 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor and a large 4.7-inch Super LCD display with a WVGA (480 x 800) resolution. Also packed inside is 512MB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Other features of the HTC Titan are two cameras, a rear facing eight-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a front facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chat, which is now supported in Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango). Read on for the latest HTC Titan news, reviews and videos:

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    HTC is clearly excited about its new Windows Phone Mango handsets, the HTC Titan and Radar 4G. If you've read our Titan review, you'd know that we're sharing in the company's enthusiasm. Hoping to spread some of that interest out elsewhere, HTC has produced a whole bunch of videos featuring comedian Jim Gaffigan, showing off some of the capabilities of this hardware and Windows Phone software while having a few laughs. There are sixteen of these videos altogether, a mix of minute-long clips that focus on one particular feature and longer-format videos. Both the Radar 4G for T-Mobile and ...

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    Windows Phone 7 has proven that it has staying power, now a year after the first wave of devices. With the release of Mango, also known as Windows Phone 7.5, we're seeing a new wave of hardware to usher in larger screens, faster processors, and better cameras. One such new device is the HTC Titan, a phone that packs a huge 4.7" display with an upgraded Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, bringing the clock speed to 1.5GHz--the fastest currently available with Windows Phone 7. Is the Titan the best Windows Phone 7 yet? Read our full review to find out! BOX CONTENTS The HTC Titan ships with its ...

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    After taking a closer look at the hardware of the mighty HTC Titan, we spend some time, in this video, covering the software of the device. It's the fastest device, in terms of CPU speed, currently on the market, if you want a Windows Phone 7 device. Sitting on top of the latest Mango build of WP7, the Titan is indeed snappy, especially when browsing the web. Windows Phone 7 is normally speedy, so adding another 500MHz worth of processing power enhances daily use in certain areas (like gaming, web, and video), but doesn't make for a dramatic improvement when compared to any other Windows ...

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    Londoners have been invited to an HTC event that's currently underway, where the company promised to show them "what's next". A rumor said that this shindig would be a platform for the company to highlight some of its new Windows Phone handsets, rather than anything Android. Sure enough, Mango is the word, and so far HTC has debuted the Radar and Titan Windows Phone smartphones. We had heard that the Radar (pictured above) might just be the HTC Omega that's been in our sights for a while now, and so it is. The less-powerful of the two models, the Radar was expected to feature a 1.4 or ...

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    AT&T has announced the HTC Titan together with its other Windows Phones running Mango -- Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash -- exactly one month ago and it appears that the carrier might be preparing a great deal on the phone. If you want to test drive Windows Phone without having a device you can go to Facebook, allow the app access to your account and see a personalized demo of Windows Phone. The end of the demo features the text captured above which describes a BoGo (Buy-One-Get-One-Free) deal on the HTC Titan. Since then the line appears to have been removed from the demo but the ...

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    In this video we take a closer look at the hardware of the HTC Titan, which touts impressive specs for a Windows Phone: it has a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon single-core CPU, 512MB of RAM, 16GB of ROM, UMTS 850/900/2100 (allowing it to get on AT&T 3G in the US) and GSM 850/900/1800/1900. For imaging, it has a 1.3MP camera up front and an 8MP camera on the rear which takes 720p HD video. The display is a 4.7" WVGA Super LCD panel, which provides a relatively low pixel per inch (ppi) measurement of 198. It weighs 160grams and is just a hair a centimeter thick at 9.9mm. Overall the device ...

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    The next generation of Windows Phone is upon us, which includes the release of Mango, plus a wave of new hardware. Among the first batch of devices is the HTC Radar and Titan, the latter of which is the most powerful Windows Phone device yet, packing a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU (dual-core Windows Phones will arrive at some point, but not yet), with 512MB of RAM, 16GB of ROM, and a massive 4.7" WVGA Super LCD display. There is a 1.3MP on the front allows you to use video chat, and the camera on the rear takes photos at 8MP with its F2.2 lens, which should offer great low-light ...

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    We reported earlier today that the HTC Titan is finally available for European customers interested in the handset. As the first users bring their Titans home, we're learning a little more about the phone from their observations, including the discovery that the Titan does not use an internal microSD card for storage, but has higher-speed Samsung eMMC NAND flash. The inclusion of microSD cards in WP7 handsets was always a bit odd, since users were never intended to casually swap them around, as Android owners do. While the presence of a hard-wired NAND chip means the possibility for ...

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    The HTC Titan was announced by the manufacturer at this year's IFA and the Sensation XE two weeks later. Both phones are now available if you are in the U.K. or can't wait for them to get to America and willing to import them from our friends over at Clove. The HTC Titan is a wave-two Windows Phone shipping with version 7.5 Mango. It packs a 1.5GHz processor, a large 4.7-inch S-LCD WVGA screen, 16GB of internal storage, eight-megapixel camera with backlit sensor for better low-light sensitivity as well as a 1.3-megapixel webcam. The phone goes for £498 (roughly $770) unlocked. The HTC ...

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    Has HTC managed to intrigue you with the extra-large screen and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango of its upcoming Titan smartphone? If you've been eagerly awaiting the handset's arrival, the opportunity to snag one may have just presented itself, with third-party retail sales of the Titan apparently starting, and the phone all ready to ship out to customers. Electronics retailer MyTrendyPhone is currently listing the HTC Titan as "in stock – ready to ship". The last information we heard about the phone's European launch had it arriving October 4. We were expecting that the Titan would fetch a ...

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    Windows Phone 7.5 Mango hardware is bringing with it front-facing cameras to the platform, and you can't very well have those without needing a video-chat app. Since hearing about HTC's Titan and Radar, we've known that Tango (the multi-platform video chat company, not the most-Mango update) software would be coming to Windows Phone. Now Microsoft has put together a video to show us what we can expect from video calls with Tango. Microsoft's Aaron Woodman demos the app with the HTC Titan, showing how calls are set up and giving us some early indication of video quality. While the audio's a ...

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    Windows Phone Mango is coming really soon (this week according to some rumors) and AT&T is here to back that up as the carrier just announced its fall Windows Phone 7 Mango line-up. Continuing to be the "premier" Windows Phone carrier, AT&T will bring on the newly announced HTC Titan. The phone features a massive 4.7-inch screen, a speedy 1.5 GHz processor and an eight-megapixel camera with dual LED flash that will allegedly take great low-light pictures, aside from the front-facer for video chat. The Samsung Focus is getting a refresh as the Focus S and AT&T will also carry it. The device ...

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    The HTC Radar is the lower-end of the two Windows Phones the Taiwanese manufacturer announced on September 1. The Titan, with its large 4.7-inch screen couldn't go without a video showcase from HTC showing off all the great features of the phone and the operating system powering it. Aside from our brief hands-on, the videos below will give you a more detailed take on how the Titan looks, feels and operates. It features a large 4.7-inch WVGA screen, 1.5 GHz single-core processor, 512 MB RAM, 16GB of ROM, 8 megapixel camera with F2.2 lens, dual LED flash, and BSI sensor, 1.3 megapixel front ...

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    The HTC Titan is a Windows Phone which will probably be the Taiwanese manufacturer's new flagship device running Redmond's new platform refresh, Mango. It was launched on September 1 in London and we had our hands-on with the phone in Berlin with the occasion of this year's IFA. According to HTC Netherlands' Facebook page, the phone is expected to land on October 4, which is around a month from now. If the information is anywhere close to the truth, we should hear official wording from Microsoft really soon as Redmond needs to officially launch the refresh before OEMs can dive in and ...

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    HTC just revealed its Titan Windows Phone 7 handset yesterday, and we got a chance to check the phone out first-hand at the IFA in Berlin. If you were worried that a 4.7-inch screen might be overkill, you'll be relieved to know that it really doesn't feel like an oversized device once you've got it in your hand. We've obviously got plenty of experience with Mango thanks to its beta phase, but this was out first opportunity to see hardware built with Mango in mind from the ground-up; suffice to say, it looks and feels great. HTC has yet to spill all the beans on release plans for the Titan, ...

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