By Stephen Schenck | September 2, 2011 1:17 AM
Following-up on today’s reveal of the HTC Radar and HTC Titan, the company has flipped the switch on its webpages for the pair, giving us a complete look at their specs as well revealing their off-contract prices.
The numbers here confirm what we heard second-hand through those able to attend the London event, like the Radar’s disappointing 1GHz processor. It also won’t get either a gyroscope or digital compass, sensors both included with the Titan. It’s not all sun and roses for the Titan, though, since its large 4.7-inch display will have the very same 800 x 480 resolution as the Radar’s 3.8-inch screen; that means a pixel density of about 200 PPI for the Titan and 245 for the Radar.
Both phones will have quad-band GSM, but while the Titan will do HSPA on 850/900/2100 MHz bands, the Radar is limited to just 900/2100 MHz. We can also see a mention of the internet sharing we heard about HTC confirming earlier.
So what are these babies going to run you? The Titan will set you back about $850, and the Radar about $570.