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 Phone 7 device.



As with other HTC Windows Phone devices, there aren’t many HTC-specific enhancements, due to the restrictions of the Windows Phone 7 operating system. You’ll find the HTC Hub, plus a few other HTC apps like Watch, Notes, Locations, Photo Enhancer, and so on, many of which are available through a special section of the Marketplace.

Coming up soon we’ll have our full review of the HTC Titan!

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