HTC Titan and Radar Windows Phone Mango Handsets to Hit Europe this October

September 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Looks like HTC has a full kitty of smart devices waiting to arrive. We had heard recently that the HTC Runnymede is in the works when a leak showed us the details. We now hear the phone maker has two new Windows Phone Mango smartphones ready for release. The new devices – HTC Titan and HTC Radar – come with some awesome features too.

The HTC Titan is a premium handset sporting a large 4.7-inch Super LCD screen with a resolution 800 x 480, 16 GB built-in flash memory and dual cameras. Of the two cameras, one is an 8 megapixel back-illuminated shooter with dual LED flash, while the other is a front-facing 1.3 megapixel snapper that enables video calls by Tango app.

The smartphone comes powered by a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon processor along with a 512 MB RAM. It offers 14.4 HSDPA support, a micro HDMI port, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and much more.

The device is enclosed in a very thin 0.4-inch aluminium case that offers an easy grip. All of 9.9 mm in thickness and 160 gm in weight, the Titan will offer best-touch keyboards from Windows Phone OS, Photo Enhancer and HTC Watch

Meanwhile, the HTC Radar will be a cheaper smart handset that boasts a 3.8-inch LCD touch screen, a 1GHz processor clock speed, dual cameras- a rear- facing 5 megapixel snapper with LED flash, a front-facing VGA and a maximum 8 GB built-in storage.

The 10.9 mm thick, handset weighs 137 gm and allows 720p video recording and comes covered in a white and silver metal body. It supports only some Windows Phone features such as GPS, proximity, ambient light sensors and an accelerometer. The phone come with apps for HTC Watch, DLNA streaming and Virtual 5.1 surround sound.

Both the handsets feature optional dock accessories that act as alarm clock while charging at night.

Both the devices will be available in Europe around October. While the Titan would sell for around 599 Euros ($838 US), the Radar will cost 399 Euros ($576 US). HTC fans in the US may have to wait a bit more to know when they will come to their palms.

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